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Docker and Kubernetes for Java Developers by Jaroslaw Krochmalski

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Admission control

An admission control plug-in intercepts requests to the Kubernetes API server after the request is authenticated and authorized, but prior to making any changes to the API resource. These plug-ins run in sequence, before a request is accepted into the cluster. The Kubernetes API server supports a flag, admission-control that takes a comma-delimited, ordered list of admission control plugins.

Now that we have an overview of how the API call looks the same, let's actually make some use of it.

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