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The new (containerized) open source security stack
Isolation in the container world is not as strong as in the virtual machine world. Learn how containers change the security landscape, forcing you to revisit your defense strategy and tools.
Cloud Native security overview
This Kubernetes security overview (Updated for v1.14) will help you think about cloud-native security in layers, following the 4C’s approach: Cloud, Cluster, Container, Code.
Minimizing privilege escalation in Docker
Docker grants many capabilities by default to any container, let’s adhere to the principle of least privilege and learn how to drop unwanted capabilities in practice following these code examples.
Kubernetes admission controllers for secure deployments
Integrate the Kubernetes admission controllers functionality with Sysdig Secure to enforce image scanning and custom security policies for every image that gets deployed on your cluster.
A policy based approach to container security and compliance
Integrating your CI/CD pipeline with Anchore user-defined policies, security compliance can simply become part of application testing and overall quality.
Custom compliance filters with Sysdig Secure
Using Sysdig Secure, you can now enforce custom compliance filters across the container lifecycle, automating regulatory compliance controls for PCI, NIST and CIS in Kubernetes.
Using K8s audit logs to secure your cluster [KubeCon Video]
This talk demonstrates how to use Kubernetes audit logs to enforce security best practices, detect API misuse, containers holding sensitive data or overly loose permissions on pods.
Falco in KubeCon Barcelona 2019
KUBERNETES AND OPENSHIFT
How to monitor Golden signals in Kubernetes
What are the Golden signals metrics? How do you monitor these metrics in a Kubernetes application? Learn why Golden signals are one of the best ways to pinpoint application issues.
CI/CD with Argo on Kubernetes
Argo is a CI/CD tool specifically developed for Kubernetes, so it natively integrates with it through CRD’s. Each step runs in its own Docker container on your own Kubernetes cluster.
How to set up a serious Kubernetes terminal
Equip your terminal with a complete Kubernetes swiss army knife with: k9s, kubectx, kubens, kube-ps1, popeye and stern. All the CLI tools a growing k8s nerd needs!
Kubernetes failure stories
Compilation of public failure/horror stories related to Kubernetes. Learn from other's mistakes and reduce the unknown unknowns of running Kubernetes in production.
Introducing Velero – Backup and DR for Kubernetes
Velero (previously known as Heptio ARK) provides a suite of tools to backup Kubernetes resources and applications for two main purposes: disaster recovery and cluster migration.
10 most important differences between OpenShift and Kubernetes
OpenShift has been often labelled the “Enterprise Kubernetes” by its vendor, but this is just part of the story, let’s dive in and check what are the specific differences between these platforms.
Red Hat OpenShift 4 is now available
Red Hat OpenShift 4 is now GA, this major release brings with it the power of Kubernetes Operators, Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS, and the Istio-based OpenShift Service Mesh.
Continuous delivery with GitLab and Pulumi on Amazon EKS
Practical example with code documentation on how to use Pulumi to enable GitLab-based continuous delivery with your Kubernetes workloads on Amazon EKS.
Debugging a Kubernetes Node.js App on IBM Cloud
This article explains how to do debugging in Kubernetes using VS Code on the desktop and Node running in IBM Cloud, this workflow can be easily adapted to other languages.
Running EC2 Spot Instances as Kubernetes worker nodes
It may sound scary at first, but it’s absolutely possible to run your Kubernetes worker nodes on EC2 Spot Instances. You just need to adapt your design and add the required redundancy.
Continuous integration and delivery to AWS Kubernetes
Combine the Semaphore CI platform with AWS Elastic Container Registry (ECR) and Kubernetes Service (EKS) to get a fully managed cluster in a few minutes.
AWS Lambda Deployments with Ballerina
Learn about Ballerina, a language for developers seeking to create and integrate containerized microservices, and how to use it to deploy functions in an AWS Lambda.