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Authentication Issues deploying to Azure Kubernetes Cluster

When trying to apply/deploy a containerized image from an azure container repository to an Azure Kubernetes cluster we get the following issue:




We are required to authenticate / approve access from within the bitbucket deployment pipeline, which isn't a workable when setting up an automated deployment pipeline. 


Any workarounds / fixes for this would be appreciated.


pipe: atlassian/kubectl-run:3.3.1

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Igor Stoyanov
Atlassian Team
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Mar 31, 2023

@Sunil Lath hi. Thanks for your question.
Maybe this article will help you.

Regards, Igor

Thanks @Igor Stoyanov - this does look promising, will try and get a AKS k8s service account setup and see if that allows us access to deploy via our bitbucket pipelines.


The example is using AzureDevOps but will give it a go via bitbucket, I've seen examples that setup the kubeconfig based on the k8s service account here:

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