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Securing Your Kubernetes Ingress With Let’s Encrypt

Starts on March 15, 2022, 03:00 PM
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By Kim Schlesinger
Developer Advocate
Securing Your Kubernetes Ingress With Let’s Encrypt


About the Talk

Ready to take that cluster into production? Is it secured?

Learn how to install and configure the Kubernetes Ingress NGINX Controller and connect it with cert-manager to generate TLS certificates using Let’s Encrypt. Setting up Ingress and TLS termination ensures that traffic from the internet into your cluster is encrypted, an essential step for a Kubernetes clusters serving in production.

What You’ll Learn

  • Installing and configuring the Kubernetes NGINX Ingress Controller

  • Setting up cert-manager to automatically generate and rotate TLS certificates from Let’s Encrypt

  • How to test that TLS termination is working

This Talk Is Designed For

  • Platform engineers setting up production Kubernetes clusters

  • Developers interested in enabling https for applications inside a Kubernetes cluster


  • Experience connecting to a Kubernetes cluster with the command line tool kubectl


NGINX Ingress Controller

Let’s Encrypt

Kubernetes Starter Kit

cert-manager Cloud native certificate management for Kubernetes

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About the authors
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Developer Advocate

I’m a developer advocate at DigitalOcean focusing on Kubernetes and other Cloud Native technologies

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