Kubernetes Secrets Store CSI Driver
Secrets Store CSI driver for Kubernetes secrets - Integrates secrets stores with Kubernetes via a Container Storage Interface (CSI) volume.
The Secrets Store CSI driver
secrets-store.csi.k8s.io allows Kubernetes to mount multiple secrets, keys, and certs stored in enterprise-grade external secrets stores into their pods as a volume. Once the Volume is attached, the data in it is mounted into the container's file system.
Want to help?
Join us to help define the direction and implementation of this project!
- Join the #csi-secrets-store channel on Kubernetes Slack.
- Join the Mailing list to receive notifications for releases, security announcements, etc.
- Use GitHub Issues to file bugs, request features, or ask questions asynchronously.
- Join biweekly community meetings to discuss development, issues, use cases, etc.
- Mounts secrets/keys/certs to pod using a CSI volume
- Supports CSI Inline volume (Kubernetes version v1.15+)
- Supports mounting multiple secrets store objects as a single volume
- Supports multiple secrets stores as providers. Multiple providers can run in the same cluster simultaneously.
- Supports pod portability with the SecretProviderClass CRD
- Supports windows containers (Kubernetes version v1.18+)
- Supports sync with Kubernetes Secrets (Secrets Store CSI Driver v0.0.10+)
- Supports multiple secrets stores providers in the same cluster.
Follow these steps to setup Secrets Store CSI Driver for local debugging.
Please see the docs for more in-depth information and supported features.
Getting involved and contributing
Are you interested in contributing to secrets-store-csi-driver? We, the maintainers and community, would love your suggestions, contributions, and help! Also, the maintainers can be contacted at any time to learn more about how to get involved.
In the interest of getting more new people involved, we tag issues with
good first issue. These are typically issues that have smaller scope but are good ways to start to get acquainted with the codebase.
We also encourage ALL active community participants to act as if they are maintainers, even if you don't have "official" write permissions. This is a community effort, we are here to serve the Kubernetes community. If you have an active interest and you want to get involved, you have real power! Don't assume that the only people who can get things done around here are the "maintainers".
We also would love to add more "official" maintainers, so show us what you can do!
Check out Secrets Store CSI Driver Membership for more information.
Code of conduct
Participation in the Kubernetes community is governed by the Kubernetes Code of Conduct.