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Automatically provision and manage TLS certificates in Kubernetes
Ingresses are a little weird. We can really easily add a self-signed cert to your Ingress if you don't care that much. If you care slightly more, you're likely going to need to use a TLS cert manager like certmanager. I know, you're like "oh great, more helm charts to install. Good news, this one is pretty easy. If you do this, you can use the secret it makes in the Ingress configuration just like the self-signed cert.
Customization of kubernetes YAML configurations
https://github.com/kubernetes-sigs/kustomize/blob/master/examples/chart.md (edit: oh I see the other commenter also included this link, oops)
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i must be the only guy that understands certificates
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