Secure your Databases on Kubernetes via TLS/SSL encryption. KubeDB offers options to choose to maintain security for your Databases on Kubernetes.
$ helm repo add appscode https://charts.appscode.com/stable/ $ helm repo update $ helm install kubedb appscode/kubedb \ --version v2023.08.18 \ --namespace kubedb --create-namespace \ --set kubedb-provisioner.enabled=true \ --set kubedb-ops-manager.enabled=true \ --set kubedb-autoscaler.enabled=true \ --set kubedb-dashboard.enabled=true \ --set kubedb-schema-manager.enabled=true \ --set-file global.license=/path/to/the/license.txt
You can secure your Databases with TLS using KubeDB. Also, KubeDB allows you to use encrypted storage for your databases using keys you manage through your cloud provider’s key management service.
KubeDB provisioned database instances by default runs inside the private Kubernetes pod network. To further secure your database instances, you can configure network policies so that only the necessary pods can communicate with database pods. It creates firewalls between pods running on a Kubernetes cluster.
KubeDB is integrated with Kubernetes Role Based Access Control (RBAC) and provides you the ability to control the actions that your Kubernetes users and groups can take on specific KubeDB database instances. For example, you can configure your RBAC roles to ensure developers are able to modify **Development** database instances, but only Database Administrators can make changes to **Production** database instances.
KubeDB operator can be configured to work with an in-cluster private registry. This makes KubeDB viable to run an air-gapped Kubernetes cluster. Cluster administrators can use private registries to ensure that only pre-approved docker images are able to run inside a cluster.
KubeDB by default creates the root user account for every database that it supports. And also you can provision additional database users with custom permissions and rotate their credentials using KubeVault. Database secret engines in Vault generate database credentials dynamically based on configured roles. Using KubeVault, you can configure a secret engine, create roles and issue credentials from Vault. You can request credentials and after it's been approved by the database administrator, the Vault operator will create a Kubernetes Secret containing the credential and also creates RBAC Role and RoleBinding so that the user can access the Secret.
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Voyager made it simple and efficient for us to protect and initiate our bare metal Kubernetes workload. Its underlying technology and extensive L4 support along with seamless SSL integration is what made us choose Voyager over others. Voyager team is also very responsive when it comes to support. Great product!
Voyager is the easiest way to use the fast and reliable HAProxy as our ingress controller. At PriceHubble, it is the corner-stone of our blue/green deployments.
I work with a few Kubernetes clusters and we use Voyager as our preferred ingress controller. We really like the ease of configuration. Documentation is pretty good. Also the use of HaProxy is important for us because it works really well with both L4 and L7 load balancing. One of our TCP services, Wayk Now, is able to withstand thousands of persistent connections very smoothly at the same time.
We really like using Voyager. Its straightforward and well-documented config and SSL (especially Let's Encrypt) has made our migration of services to Kubernetes a breeze. Each major version has been a very welcome update!
Here are a few of the questions we get the most. If you don't see what's on your mind, contact us anytime.
Yes, you can manage as many databases as you want within a single subscription to KubeDB, and there is no extra charge for that!
Yes, of course! KubeDB is platform-independent. You can use KubeDB in any cloud or on-premises.
KubeDB is running in production by multiple Governments and large organizations. Your data is always safe within KubeDB.
We offer 24x7 technical system and maintain SLA to provide 100% reliability to our customers.
Yes, Stash is seemingly integrated with KubeDB. There is no extra charge for using Stash. It is complimentary with KubeDB.
Of course! We offer a 30 days license free of cost to try all features of KubeDB Enterprise Edition.
Yes, you can seemlessly upgrade from the Community edition to the Enterprise Edition without any downtime.
There is no cancellation fee. But plans are subject to minimum duration (1 year) as stated above.
We prefer ACH transfer for US based customers and international wire transfer for everyone else. We can also accept all popular credit/debit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, etc.
KubeDB community edition is FREE to use on any supported Kubernetes engines. You can deploy and manage your database in Kubernetes using KubeDB. There is no up-front investment required. We offer a 30 days license FREE of cost to try KubeDB Enterprise edition.