Role-based access control

AKS is integrated with Azure active directory ( via OpenID connect tokens ( The Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) feature can only be enabled during cluster creation, so let's start over to create an RBAC-enabled cluster.

Before creating the cluster, we'll have to prepare two application registrations in the Azure active directory first. The first acts as a server for the users' group membership. The second is like a client that integrates with kubectl. Let's go to the Azure active registry service in the Azure portal first. Go to the Properties tab and record ...

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