Basic authentication with Traefik on kubernetes

Basic authentication with Traefik on kubernetes
Keep prying eyes away from your sites behind Traefik with basic authentication. πŸ›ƒ
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Encrypted gitops secrets with flux and age

Encrypted gitops secrets with flux and age
Store encrypted kubernetes secrets safely in your gitops repository with easy-to-use age encryption. πŸ”
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Mount NFS shares in kubernetes

Mount NFS shares in kubernetes
Access files over NFS within kubernetes pods with a quick volume mount. πŸ—„
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Monitoring OpenShift cron jobs

Openshift (and Kubernetes) allow you to run jobs on schedule, but these jobs can fail from time to time. You can monitor them from bash!
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Research Paper: Securing Linux Containers

It seems like there’s a new way to run containers every week. The advantages and drawbacks of each approach are argued about on mailing lists, in IRC channels, and in person, around the world. However, the largest amount of confusion seems to be around security. Launching secure containers I’ve written about launching secure containers on this blog many times before: Launch secure LXC containers on Fedora 20 using SELinux and sVirt Improving LXC template security Try out LXC with an Ansible playbook CoreOS vs.
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