In my previous articles, we discussed what Policy-as-Code is, why we need it, and how to use the Open Policy Agent (OPA) tool. If you haven’t read the introduction yet, please take some time to read it first here

Following the OPA introduction, I started the first part of an OPA/Kubernetes integration tutorial, showing how to use OPA to enforce policies inside a Kubernetes cluster. Here’s the link to the first part of the tutorial.

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