23 July 2018

Introducing: Service Account authorization for Google Kubernetes Engine.

Introducing: Service Account authorization for Google Kubernetes Engine.

Recently, we've added a new authorization method for GKE (which stands for Google Kubernetes Engine) cluster solution in all K8s actions. Today, as we promised, we released its new authentication method: Service Account.

In order to use that, switch to Google Kubernetes Engine tab in any K8s action, and select Service account as an authentication method. Next enter/upload your Service Account Key:

Google Kubernetes Engine action setup

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