When apps are hosted in AKS, chances are that those will need to access other Azure services. Chances are also that there are some constraint in terms of security for those access, such as not writing password in the code. AAD Pod Identity is a way to answer that. Interesting in modernizing your apps on K8S while keeping your SecOps happy ? Then come discover the what and how of Pod identity in AKS and discover the steps from AKS deployment to pods accessing Azure services with managed identities
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