AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service) Security & Identity updates Microsoft Ignite 2018

| October 1, 2018

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The latest advancements for Linux containers presented by co-founder of Kubernetes Brendan Burns and host Matt McSpirit. They demonstrate updates that allow you to connect your on-premises resources with the Cloud for agility, while maintaining data sovereignty and security with the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Watch as he shows you the latest enterprise-level capabilities for AKS including: native integration to Azure Active Directory and Kubernetes; RBAC for secure access to AKS with identity managed at a per container level to grant secure access to specific Azure resources.

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