Month: January 2022

Security risk analysis for Kubernetes resources

Kubesec is an open-source tool to perform security analysis of the Kubernetes resources(pods, deployments, etc.). Kubesec read the manifest resource file and conducted grading in terms of security aspects. The better security practices in the manifest file would result in higher grading by Kubesec and vice versa.Developers can manually execute this lightweight tool to grade …

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How to use Kubectl Plugin to extend kubectl

This article will showcase how to extend kubectl using kubectl plugins. Sometimes the out-of-the-box kubectl is not enough to provide the desired interaction with the API server. Many times users end up writing scripts, getting complex desired results. Therefore, Kubectl plugins will introduce a new kubectl subcommand to add custom features.Several open-source plugins are available …

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Is your Kubernetes cluster following best security practices ?

Ever wondered if your Kubernetes Cluster is following the security practices? A tool called Kube-bench by Aquasecurity provides automated checks to validate the cluster is running as per CIS Kubernetes benchmarks.  This tool runs many checks to validate the configuration of the cluster and provide a benchmark score. This helps users to find the implementation of security practices …

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How to create Kubernetes Cluster fast using Kubespray?

In this post, we will see how Kubespray could be used to create a cluster on an On-Prem environment(or on your laptop with a bunch of virtual machines). Kubespray is a “Certified Kubernetes Distributions, Hosted Platforms, and Installers.”  You can create a Kubernetes cluster using kubespray with minimal configuration in the inventory file. However, It …

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