Using CredHub for Kubernetes Deployments

September 29, 2018
Storing sensitive data, such as certificates and passwords, is critical for any deployment. CredHub has proved to be a working solution for such a purpose both on Pivotal CF and open-source Cloud Foundry. CredHub can store encrypted data, providing it to services, apps, and end users, as well as ensure its rotation. We do think using CredHub is a good practice not only for open-source Cloud Foundry and Pivotal CF, but for managing data in Kubernetes clusters, as well. Speakers: Peter Blum Platform Architect, Pivotal Eugene Kiselev Cloud Foundry DevOps Engineer, Altoros Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2018
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