Kubernetes API: How Custom Service Accounts Work

In my last article, I showed how to develop the KubeLogExporter, a tool that collects log data from a set of pods. So far the exporter relies on full access to the Cluster by using the local .kubeconfig file. If we want the exporter to run as a cron job inside the cluster, it needs to have suitable access rights. Originally I wanted to just write about the cron job implementation, but found that…

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