Category Archives for Kubernetes Security

[Recap] Day 2 [CKS]: Kubernetes RBAC, Service Account and Network Policy [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist]

certified Kubernetes Security Specialist | Day 2 Review and Q/A: Kubernetes RBAC, Service Account and Network Policy [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist]Role-based access control (RBAC)  ➪ is a way of regulating access to Kubernetes object resources based on certain roles of individual users within any organization.Service accounts  ➪ are used to provide an identity to the […]

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[Recap] Day 1: Kubernetes Components, Architecture, and Installation [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist] [CKS]

Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist | Day 1 Review and Q/A: Kubernetes Components, Architecture, and Installation [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist] [CKS] Kubernetes Security ➪ uses an approach to divide the security strategies applied in Cloud-native systems into four different layers known as 4Cs of Cloud-native Security. These 4Cs are as follow: • Code • Container • […]

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Docker Container

Container Image Security: An Overview, Best practices, Image Scanning Tools

What is a Container? Containers, in simple terms, are the objects that package your application and its dependencies and help you run them anywhere you want! What is a Container Image? A container image is a lightweight, standalone, executable package of software that includes everything needed to run an application: code, runtime, system tools, system […]

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kube bench CIS kubernetes

Secure and Harden Kubernetes, AKS and EKS Cluster with kube-bench, kube-hunter and CIS Benchmarks

🛡️Security is a concern that never fades away! And Kubernetes is no exception. ☸️ Is security a concern in Kubernetes? Well, yes and no. No, because it doesn’t come with the most secure environment by default. Yes, since configuring or clusters with the CIS Benchmarks and 3-party tools can be hardened and secured. ✅ What […]

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kubernetes Ingress

Secure Kubernetes with Ingress

We can write our own routing rules, which are implemented in seconds, and these rules also can be utilized in the application source code. Furthermore, endpoints like REST-APIs, static content, and dynamic web front ends may all be accessed via one IP address, potentially serving content for multiple domain names. This is often precisely what […]

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Docker Image Vulnerabilities and A Guide on Trivy Image Scanner

Docker Image Vulnerabilities & Trivy Image Scanning Demo

Docker containers in today’s world is seeming to be a must for application deployment! A docker image is a file that defines which data and processes should exist inside a particular container when it starts. Any docker image be it from official repositories or the one built on your own might have vulnerabilities and possess […]

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Kubernetes Dashboard

Kubernetes Dashboard: An Overview, Installation, and Accessing

Most of us love the GUI based interactions rather than the old and boring CLI ones. Are you wondering if the K8s also has a GUI which makes our lives a lot easier? Yes, it does! Its called the Kubernetes Dashboard. The web-based console, which is a general-purpose UI made to look after the Cluster […]

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Kubernetes Installation

Kubernetes Installation Options: The Hard Way, Kubedm, MiniKube, Managed K8s (EKS, AKS, OKE, GKE)

When you install Kubernetes, choose an installation type based on ease of maintenance, security, control, available resources, and expertise required to operate and manage a cluster. You can deploy a Kubernetes cluster on a local machine, cloud, or choose a managed Kubernetes cluster. If you are interested in Docker & Kubernetes and wish to know […]

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Docker Compose

Docker Compose: Installation and Multicontainer Application Deployment

Docker Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. It makes it easier for users to orchestrate the processes of Docker containers, including starting up, shutting down, and setting up intra-container linking and volumes. If you are interested in Docker & Kubernetes and wish to know more about Docker Compose, then click […]

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Docker Storage

Docker Storage: Volume, bind mount, tmpfs, and NFS

Docker simplifies and accelerates our workflow while giving developers the liberty to innovate with their choice of tools, application stacks, and deployment environments for every project. A container is a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another. […]

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