Containers have rocked the software engineering world not less than DevOps practices. Containers are fantastic — deployable everywhere, they let you run previously incompatible setups on the same servers and move projects between servers smoothly. However, there’s always a price to pay — container environments require an understanding of core fundamentals to run containers securely.
Kubernetes is an open source container orchestration platform for scheduling and automating the deployment, management and scaling of containerized applications. Containers operate in a multiple container architecture called a “cluster.” A Kubernetes cluster includes a container designated as a “master node” that schedules workloads for the rest of the containers — or “worker nodes” — in the cluster.
Secure System Development Life Cycle is defined as the series of processes and procedures in the software development cycle, designed to enable development teams to create software and applications in a manner that significantly