Managing resource standardization in Kubernetes is not an easy task! Kubernetes provides an extensible API that enables the creation of custom resources. These resources are often used to deploy and manage applications running in the cluster. They introduce new objects authored by 3rd parties, coming with their own logic, configuration, and security standards.
This means that DevOps admins need to manage them alongside existing, native Kubernetes resources. When these resources are tied to critical applications such as databases or message queues, guard rails must be implemented to keep them aligned with compliance and configuration standards.
Join Nicolas Vermande to learn how policies can be expressed in native Kubernetes language using Kyverno to make sure your beloved applications can safely run on a cloud-native platform at scale without compromise on compliance and security.