Kubernetes clusters dedicated to a single organization are becoming common, either run by the organizations that use them or hosted by others. Less common is a multi-tenant use of a single cluster.
There are problems to be solved in managing a multi-tenanted Kubernetes cluster in production. At Apigee, we are building a new Kubernetes-based platform that hosts applications for our clients and ourselves on a single, shared cluster.
This talk will cover: - Securely routing traffic to the correct tenant - Isolating tenant network environments - Authenticating and authorizing management API calls using our own and our customers' identity providers and access control policies - Creating a multi-tenanted build and deploy flow
Noah Dietz is a software developer at Apigee and part of it's Microservices team. This team is dedicated to ideating and implementing new ways for Apigee to adopt a microservice architecture in its infrastructure. He has only been working with Kubernetes for a few months now, but he is the proud owner of a Kubernetes 1st Birthday party hat from the local k8s Meetup. Before hacking on Kubernetes, Noah worked mainly with Node.js on Edge... Read More →