Architecting Applications for Kubernetes
Kubernetes offers a promise of applications that can be managed with a single
kubectl command. However, it’s up to developers to structure their applications so they can reap the benefits of Kubernetes.
Hi Thomas Stringer ! Nice write up, we are using something very similar, but Your setup has one big flaw if You are using docker-compose and microservices.
Essentially using using
docker-compose run --service-ports svc1 is an issue because if You have 2 microservices when You are using
run there is no way to reach from svc2 to svc1 because there is…
Almost an year ago Red Hat introduced something called Container Image Signing (or Simple Signing). You can read more about it in this article.
Today I’m going to show how you can leverage Container Image Signing with CRI-O to secure your Kubernetes cluster.
When running Docker containers in production ensuring high availability can be challenge. Unlike VMs which run untouched for months or even years, containers are meant to be used for a very short lifespan — typically a few hours or a few days at most…