Sharing Secure Access To Kubernetes Cluster With K8slens


Oct 14, 2021, 3:00 – 4:00 PM

Virtual event

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 on October 14 to learn how you can easily share access to a Kubernetes cluster 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.

In 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 resources through your Catalog

- Build workflows via the Hotbar

- All the latest and greatest features of k8slens

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  • Edward Ionel


    OSS Tech Enthusiast


  • Saim Safdar

    Cloud Native Islamabad




Thursday, October 14, 2021
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM UTC


Intro of Speaker
Kick Off: Sharing Secure Access To Kubernetes Cluster With K8slens


  • Saim Safder

    Co-Founder Cloud Native Islamabad