Workload Identity on Kubernetes 2 of 2 – EKS

I discussed in my previous post on workload identity and dived into how it works in AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service). In this post I will continue the topic with AWS as the example. From the perspective of CSP, we consider any running process on the cloud resource as workload. Therefore, I’ll start with control plan … Read moreWorkload Identity on Kubernetes 2 of 2 – EKS

Workload Identity on Kubernetes 1 of 2 – AKS

As applications are moved to the cloud, the application workload hosted on virtual machines need to interact with cloud resources. For this, we need an IAM solution with two mechanisms: CSPs such as Azure and AWS have their own implementations of the two mechanism. In Azure, we have Entra workload identity (including service principal and … Read moreWorkload Identity on Kubernetes 1 of 2 – AKS