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Hello, welcome to The New Stack Context, a podcast where we review the week’s hottest news in cloud-native technologies/at-scale application development and look ahead to topics we expect will gain more attention in coming weeks.
This week, we’re joined by Joel Speed, a DevOps engineer at Pusher who is working to build the company’s internal Kubernetes Platform. Speed has been writing a series of articles for The New Stack recently about how Kubernetes handles authentication and how to create a single sign-on experience for Kubernetes users. The team at Pusher has developed its own in-house single sign-on solution for its Kubernetes users that also offers more fine-grained access control. Speed spoke to us about the SSO set up at Pusher and how it came about.
We also spoke to TNS founder Alex Williams about The Linux Foundation’s Open Source Leadership Summit, which Williams attended a few weeks back. He recorded several interviews at the event, which we’ve been publishing this week on our other podcasts, TNS Analysts and TNS Makers.
- Single Sign-On for Kubernetes: An Introduction
- Single Sign-On for Kubernetes: The Command Line Experience
- 5 Docker Security Best Practices
- IBM Offers Managed Kubernetes on Bare Metal Servers
- Tutorial: Customize Your Terminal OG Style (No Libraries or Plugins)!
- The Cloud-Native Market’s Open Source Economic Realities
- Automating Licensing Compliance When 90 Percent of Components are Open Source
- The JS Foundation Focuses on Serverless and the Internet of Things
Feature image: Pusher.
The New Stack is a wholly owned subsidiary of Insight Partners, an investor in the following companies mentioned in this article: Docker.