My team is doing a POC of Hashicorp Boundary for access management and so far I love the product.
I have one question around setting up Boundary. For a bit of context before I ask the question, we are running on Microsoft Azure and will likely use Azure AD as the ldap provider.
We also extensively use Azure PaaS services such as function apps, managed databases, redis and queues and K8s clusters.
While I did find this demo from Ned Bellavance on how to set up Boundary on Azure(Ned, if you are reading this, thank you for the brilliant demo).
I want to know if it is possible to run the controllers and workers on a Kubernetes clusters instead of running on virtual machines.
I did see the K8s references in the boundary reference architecture - boundary-reference-architecture/deployment/kube at main · hashicorp/boundary-reference-architecture · GitHub
but it looks like this setup is specifically for resources running on the kubernetes cluster?
Is it possible to setup controllers and workers on kubernetes to access all cloud resources irrespective of wether they are running on the kubernetes cluster?
All inputs and suggestions are appreciated.