Configuring Google Cloud Workload Identity Federation (AWS)

A workload identity is a special identity used for authentication and access by software applications and services. It helps them connect to other services and resources securely. The most direct method for external workloads to use Google Cloud APIs is by using downloaded service account keys. However, this approach comes with two significant challenges: To address these issues, workload identity federation offers an alternative. This approach allows applications outside of Google Cloud to replace persistent service account keys with short-lived access tokens. This is accomplished by establishing a trust relationship between Google Cloud and an external identity provider. The external … Continue reading Configuring Google Cloud Workload Identity Federation (AWS)