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Keystone as The Authentication Center for OpenStack and Kubernetes

With the rise of container services, cloud platforms only provide virtual machine services and bare metal services can not meet the needs of customers. Customers need to be able to consume virtual machine resources, bare mental resources and container resources. At this time, they need a unified user management system and authentication system. OpenStack and Kubernetes use the system to authenticate. After careful selection and evaluation, we choose keystone as the user management service and authentication service. At the same time, some improvements have been made to Keystone, such as configuring password policy and restricting users'multiple logins.

This session includes

  1. Introduction to Keystone
  2. User Management and authentication architecture for K8S & OpenStack
  3. Keystone enhancement
  4. Integrated with third parties

What can I expect to learn?

A typical authentication solution to support OpenStack and Kubernetes at the same time

Wednesday, November 6, 3:00pm-3:10pm (7:00am - 7:10am UTC)
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Junior engineer
I am a junior engineer at H3C. Currently I focus on RabbitMQ and keystone. FULL PROFILE
I am a OpenStack contributor from H3C. Now I focus on Manila and Cinder and My duty is to make projects from open source community become a integrated solution.  FULL PROFILE