@warolv shared a post, 6 days, 22 hours ago
DevOps Lead, warolv

Scheduled backup of Vault secrets with Jenkins on Kubernetes

JenkinsAWS EKSVault

If you ever wondered how to save the secrets of HashiCorp's Vault with Jenkins on a daily basis, you can read it in my blog post

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@warolv shared a post, 6 days, 22 hours ago
DevOps Lead, warolv

Scheduled backup of Vault secrets with CronJob of Kubernetes

Vault

The second part of the 'Scheduled backup of HashiCorp's Vault secrets', this time I will show how to use Kubernetes CronJob to create scheduled backups on daily basis.

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@bridgecrewio shared a post, 1 week, 3 days ago, in BridgeCrew

Applying Kubernetes security best practices to Helm charts

HelmKubernetes - The Easier WayDockercheckovPostgreSQL

Helm charts are an easy way to package, version and deploy applications on Kubernetes. They can be used to deploy application services or even Kubernetes components and tools.

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@eon01 shared a post, 1 week, 4 days ago
Founder, FAUN

Takeaways from The State of Containers and Kubernetes Security

Kubernetes

Securing containers and Kubernetes environments is a matter of grave concern for organizations that invested in cloud-native applications. These concerns have shaken the confidence of developer communities and organizations advocating the use of Kubernetes in production. Many organizations are already delaying production deployments of their applications to give app sec teams more time to test the waters.

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@eon01 shared a post, 1 week, 6 days ago, in FAUN
Founder, FAUN

Kind vs K3s

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Kind and K3s are Kubernetes tools that leverage Docker containers to provide flexible and scalable Kubernetes distributions compared to their competitors. This article highlights the feature of both tools and the subtle difference between them.

@bridgecrewio shared a post, 3 weeks, 5 days ago, in BridgeCrew

Terraform Security 101: Best Practices for Secure Infrastructure as Code

TerraformcheckovKubernetes

Deploying and managing cloud resources is faster and easier than ever, and we have infrastructure as code (IaC) to thank for it. With IaC, tedious manual configurations and one-off scripts are things of the past. Instead, you manage infrastructure with code in much the same way you would applications and services. This infrastructure can be anything from servers and databases to networks, Kubernetes clusters, and entire application stacks.

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@eon01 shared a post, 2 months, 1 week ago, in The Chief I/O
Founder, FAUN

Top 25 Distributed Databases

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Distributed databases help to store and query more securely and reliably. This article explores the best open source and commercial distributed databases to help you cater to growing data storage needs.

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@eon01 shared a post, 3 months, 2 weeks ago, in The Chief I/O
Founder, FAUN

The CIO’s Guide to Kubernetes and Eventual Transition to Cloud-Native Development

Kubernetes

Cloud-native has emerged as the gold standard of software development, revolutionizing the way we develop, deploy, and operate software applications at scale. For non-starters, cloud-native development goes beyond just signing up for a cloud vendor and influences the design, implementation, deployment, and operation of your application.

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@qudems shared a post, 3 months, 3 weeks ago, in The Chief I/O
Content & Curation, FAUN

Kubernetes vs OpenShift: This Is What You Need To Know

Kubernetes

Kubernetes is the most popular orchestration engine - on the other hand, OpenShift from Redhat is one of the most popular implementations of this orchestration engine.

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@annie shared a post, 4 months ago, in The Chief I/O
Content & Community, FAUN

Three Kubernetes Success Stories to Inspire Your Next Application

Kubernetes

"When you're entertaining more than 200 million people with your music streaming service, the stakes are a little higher than usual."

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