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Nabeel Sulieman, Senior Software Engineer at Vercel, talks about KCert, a simpler alternative to cert-manager that he built. Gerhard tried it out, and he thinks that Nabeel is onto something. If you want to see the video that they recorded, ping us on Twitter or Slack.
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Notes and Links
- Sep 2020: cert-manager issue #3238 that kicked the KCert idea off
- Oct 2020: Kubernetes SSL certs the “Hard Way”
- Feb 2021: KCert in practice after a few months
- Mar 2021: KCert is ready for broader usage
- Feb 2022: KCert v1.0
- KCert today
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