Pinniped provides identity services to Kubernetes.
Pinniped allows cluster administrators to easily plug in external identity providers (IDPs) into Kubernetes clusters. This is achieved via a uniform install procedure across all types and origins of Kubernetes clusters, declarative configuration via Kubernetes APIs, enterprise-grade integrations with IDPs, and distribution-specific integration strategies.
The Pinniped Supervisor component offers identity federation to enable a user to access multiple clusters with a single daily login to their external IDP. The Pinniped Supervisor supports various external IDP types.
The Pinniped Concierge component offers credential exchange to enable a user to exchange an external credential for a short-lived, cluster-specific credential. Pinniped supports various authentication methods and implements different integration strategies for various Kubernetes distributions to make authentication possible.
The Pinniped Concierge can be configured to hook into the Pinniped Supervisor's federated credentials, or it can authenticate users directly via external IDP credentials.
To learn more, see architecture.
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