Today, let’s talk about Kubernetes private/public keys & certificate authorities!
This blog post is about how to take your own requirements about how certificate authorities + private keys should be organized and set up your Kubernetes cluster the way you need to.
The various Kubernetes components have a TON of different places where you can put in a certificate/certificate authority. When we were setting up a cluster I felt like there were like 10 billion different command line arguments for certificates and keys and certificate authorities and I didn’t understand how they all fit together.
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