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NATS and Certificate Authorities - Intermediate Rolls

By: Phil Pennock - Date: November 6, 2020

The NATS Server can make good use of TLS for securing various connections, including some modes where NATS servers talk directly to each other. When you configure the server to verify the certificate of a peer, you provide a path to a Certificate Authority bundle file, to act as a trust anchor. So far, so normal. In environments such as Kubernetes, it’s common for a certificate management process to create a Kubernetes secret, containing a key, a certificate, and a copy of the issuer’s certificate as ca. Read More…