As we saw in the previous post, secrets in Kubernetes are passed and stored in base64 form. However when i was trying to do so, I run in a lot of problems, such as not escaped characters, wrong username, wrong password ,etc. At the end I found out the reason and I think is nice to report it in this quick post. So, lets see… Continue reading “Base64 and “echo” command”
Kubernetes is a great orchestration tool. It allows to deploy and easily manage dockerized applications and be able to scale them properly. There are many tutorials on how to set up your own cluster or use one of the managed ones in any cloud provider. But in this post i want to focus on the secrets objects.
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