Creating ServiceAccounts

Let's take a look at service accounts currently available in the default Namespace.

 1  kubectl get sa

The output is as follows.

default 1       24m

At the moment, there is only one ServiceAccount called default. We already saw the limitations of that account. It is stripped from (almost) all the privileges. If we check the other Namespaces, we'll notice that all of them have only the default ServiceAccount. Whenever we create a new Namespace, Kubernetes creates that account for us.

A note to minishift usersOpenShift is an exception. Unlike most other Kubernetes flavors, it created a few ServiceAccounts in the default Namespace. Feel free to explore them later when you learn more about ServiceAccounts and ...

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