CNCF On-Demand Webinar: How to share a Kubernetes cluster securely through Lens spaces

CNCF Online Programs
Jul 8 - 14, 12:00 AM (PDT)

About this event

Setting up a Kubernetes service has become relatively easy, whether on-premise or in public cloud services. However, giving secure access to developers can be a painful process involving cluster certificates, access management systems, complex identity management, networking setup, and firewalls.

Cluster admins want a much simpler, more automated solution that makes it easy to provide cluster access while continuing to leverage their existing RBAC to developers and their teams -- quickly, consistently, automatically, and securely, for multiple clusters, running behind different identity provider platforms and network setups.

Join us to learn how you can easily share Kubernetes clusters securely through Lens, the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE. Lens, an open source free technology, works with any CNCF certified k8s distro. Lens empowers developers and operators to easily monitor real-time events, debug and deploy applications within their Kubernetes clusters effortlessly.

IIn this demo-focused Webinar, Team Lens will showcase how to share a Kubernetes cluster securely through Lens Spaces - a cloud-based enhancement brought to Lens.

In this demo rich webinar, we will discuss how to:

- Securely share a Kubernetes cluster via Lens Spaces

- Access Cloud Native resource through your Catalog

- Build workflows via the Hotbar

Featured Presentation


  • Edward Ionel

    Edward Ionel


    Growth Lead for OSS Projects

    Edward Ionel is the growth lead for OSS projects at Mirantis. Edward works directly with our end users to seek out the pain points within Kubernetes to help streamline developer and operator initiatives. Focused on identifying growth opportunities for Mirantis OSS technologies. 

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  • Organizers

  • Ihor Dvoretskyi

    Ihor Dvoretskyi

    Cloud Native Computing Foundation


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  • Kristi Tan

    Kristi Tan



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  • Chris Aniszczyk

    Chris Aniszczyk

    Linux Foundation (CNCF)


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  • Libby Schulze

    Libby Schulze



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