How to build a Docker image using Multi-Stage Builds?

How to build a Docker image using Multi-Stage Builds?

Aren't you tired of creating huge contraption to optimize your Dockerfiles? Use Multi-Stage to develop a single docker image for all your environments.

Secure internal traffic with machine to machine auth on Azure

Secure internal traffic with machine to machine auth on Azure

The security of your infrastructure is as strong as it’s weakest links. Learn how to secure it by adding machine to machine authentication on Azure.

DevSecOps: what tools to apply good security practices

DevSecOps: what tools to apply good security practices

DevSecOps allow for better and more secure applications. Fewer vulnerabilities, fewer problems. In this article, we are focusing on DevSecOps tools.

DevSecOps: apply DevOps principles to increase your system security

DevSecOps: apply DevOps principles to increase your system security

DevSecOps is an extension of DevOps that integrates security into the software delivery process and enables faster, safer deployment of code in production.

Kube-monkey: Bring chaos into your Kubernetes deployments.

Kube-monkey: Bring chaos into your Kubernetes deployments.

Kube-monkey is a tool that helps you test the resilience of your Kubernetes cluster by randomly deleting pods. It allows to see how it responds to the outage.

AWS IAM: Understanding the Key Concepts of IAM services

AWS IAM: Understanding the Key Concepts of IAM services

What is AWS IAM? Accounts, users, roles, requests, policies… 5 minutes to understand AWS IAM mechanics. Use IAM to deal with identity and authorization.

The Importance of Combining DevOps and Hybrid Cloud solutions

The Importance of Combining DevOps and Hybrid Cloud solutions

In this article, we are focusing on the Hybrid Cloud service, what is it, what are the advantages and how to combinate successfully DevOps and Hybrid Cloud.

How to create and set up Kubernetes (k8s) secrets?

How to create and set up Kubernetes (k8s) secrets?

A Kubernetes secret is a resource for safely storing small chunks of data such as ssl certificate and keys, database passwords or ssh keys.