In this post, we'll explore the fine control you will have over your Rancher 2.0 deployments when you leverage the role-based access control (RBAC) that Kubernetes brings to the platform.
To better understand how the RBAC feature works, this post will shed light on how authentication works with the Kubernetes API, and how the RBAC authorization module works with authenticated users. Read more here.
This article gives an introduction to Role-Based Access Control in Kubernetes and Rancher 1.6. Learn how admins can create user roles and permissions, and different best practice scenarios for authentication.