Visit complete Kubernetes roadmap

← Back to Topics List


Kubernetes secrets store sensitive data such as passwords, tokens, and API keys in a secure manner. They can be created manually or automatically, and stored in etcd. Secrets can be mounted as files or environment variables in a pod, and access can be managed using Kubernetes RBAC. However, they have some limitations, such as size and the inability to be updated once created. Understanding secrets is important for building secure applications in Kubernetes.

Lear more from the following links:

Community is the 6th most starred project on GitHub and is visited by hundreds of thousands of developers every month.

Roadmaps Best Practices Guides Videos Store YouTube by Kamran Ahmed

Community created roadmaps, articles, resources and journeys to help you choose your path and grow in your career.

© · FAQs · Terms · Privacy


The leading DevOps resource for Kubernetes, cloud-native computing, and the latest in at-scale development, deployment, and management.