The audit profile used by GCE should be used as reference by admins constructing their own audit profiles.
Audit backends persist audit events to an external storage.
Medical record audits specifically target and evaluate procedural and diagnosis code selection as determined by physician documentation.
If webhook truncate options are set with runtime flags, they are applied to all dynamic backends.
The Audit Sink policy differs from the legacy audit runtime policy. Here is an example of a webhook that is configured to call a service on port “1234” at the subpath “/my-path”, and to verify the TLS connection against the Server Name level privilege.
Each request on each stage of its execution generates an event, which is then pre-processed according to a certain policy and written to a backend.
The policy determines what’s recorded and the backends persist the records.
Kube-apiserver out of the box provides three backends: Note: In case of patches, request body is a JSON array with patch operations, not a JSON object with an appropriate Kubernetes API object.
For example, the following request body is a valid patch request to The webhook config file uses the kubeconfig format to specify the remote address of the service and credentials used to connect to it.
Assuming that there are up to 100 events in a batch, you should set throttling level at least 2 QPS. In most cases however, the default parameters should be sufficient and you don’t have to worry about setting them manually.
Assuming that the backend can take up to 5 seconds to write events, you should set the buffer size to hold up to 5 seconds of events, i.e. You can look at the following Prometheus metrics exposed by kube-apiserver and in the logs to monitor the state of the auditing subsystem. Multiple objects will exist as independent solutions.
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