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How to Deploy a Production Grade Cluster, and Share Access to your Team

Configuring and deploying a Kubernetes cluster has become relatively easy, whether on-premise or in a public cloud. However, configuring a production grade cluster that meets industry-standard is significantly more difficult. Cluster administrators need to secure the access to it, configure observability, build platform services, integrate with the Enterprise software supply chain, extend cluster functionality, in order to successfully create a production grade cluster.

Proper governance of your k8s cluster is critical and 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.

In this demo-focused Webinar, The Mirantis team will showcase how to configure a Mirantis Kubernetes Engine cluster and securely share access to the cluster through Lens Spaces - a cloud-based enhancement brought to Lens.
Recorded Aug 5 2021 28 mins
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