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Compatible with Kube-Lego? #168

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jwickens opened this issue Aug 5, 2017 · 4 comments
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Compatible with Kube-Lego? #168

jwickens opened this issue Aug 5, 2017 · 4 comments
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@jwickens
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jwickens commented Aug 5, 2017

Hi, great work thank you very much for this project!

I was just wondering if this controller would be compatible with the kube-lego project to automate SSL certificates?

@jwickens jwickens changed the title Compatible with Kube-Lego Compatible with Kube-Lego? Aug 5, 2017
@joshrosso joshrosso added this to the backlog milestone Sep 14, 2017
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@jwickens Open to the idea. A low priority for our usage at the moment.

Backlogging it for now. Would likely need a proposal of how it would work and community contribution to make it happen.

Open to contributions.

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@andersmartini
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might I suggest supporting https://github.com/jetstack/cert-manager/ instead of kube-lego, since kube-lego is being deprecated.
also, is there any progress on this? I'd be interested in helping with this, if I can. not sure how it should be done though.

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I'm currently using (or trying to use) cert-manager and aws-alb-ingress-controller. The missing piece seems to be automatically uploading the acme-provisioned TLS cert to AWS Cert Manager and then updating the ingress annotation alb.ingress.kubernetes.io/certificate-arn.

So the controller should watch the referenced secrets and automatically upload them when they change, and then update the ingress annotation.

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I think the best way to do this is via something like Helm to add the annotation to your ingress that includes the certificate information from cert-manager.

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