Proxy & Tunneling for OpenShift

As a data engineer I often have to do stuff with kubernetes.
Sometimes I’m lucky and get a client that uses some cloud hosted solution, but often they’ll have some mega kubernetes cluster running on something that is only accessible via some bastion host via a vpn connection.
Which is secure and good of course, but also gives me a lot of headaches to access the cluster from my local machine.

The hard part of ssh is 99% of the time remembering how to do it again, since I don’t create tunnels / proxies on a daily basis.

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Freelance Data & ML Engineer | husband + father of 2 | #Spark #Scala #ZIO#BigData #ML #Kafka #Airflow #Kubernetes | Shodan Aikido

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Freelance Data & ML Engineer | husband + father of 2 | #Spark #Scala #ZIO#BigData #ML #Kafka #Airflow #Kubernetes | Shodan Aikido

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