With a Kubernetes cluster in GKE on Google Cloud, GKE handles the complexities of Kubernetes management. Google Cloud provides a reliable, scalable database service.
Through this integration, Apono helps you securely manage access to your Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
Before starting this integration, create the items listed in the following table.
|Apono Connector||On-prem connection installed on the GKE cluster that serves as a bridge between a Kubernetes cluster and Apono|
|Kubernetes Engine Cluster Role||Google Cloud role that grants the Apono connector's service account access to retrieve and list GKE clusters|
Apono does not require admin permissions to the Kubernetes environment.
Use the following steps to complete the integration:
- On the Catalog tab, click Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). The Connect Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) page appears.
- From the dropdown menu, select a connector.
If the desired connector is not listed, click + Add new connector and follow the instructions for creating a Kubernetes connector.
- Click Next. The Complete setup page appears.
- Enter a unique, alphanumeric, user-friendly Integration Name. This name is used to identify this integration when constructing an Access Flow.
- (Optional) Enter the Server URL where the cluster is deployed. Leave this field blank to connect the cluster where the Apono connector is installed.
- (Optional) Enter the Certificate Authority. Leave this field blank to connect the cluster where the Apono connector is installed.
- (Optional) Enter Resource Group where the cluster is deployed.
- (Optional) Enter the Cluster Name to connect. The cluster name should be the same as it appears in GKE.
- Click Connect.
When the Apono connector is installed on the GKE cluster, you do not need to enter values for the optional fields or to provide a secret.
Now that you have completed this integration, you can create access flows that grant permission to your Google Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
Updated 2 days ago