In my last blog, I talked about docker and Kubernetes. Now I will be talking about the things that you should keep in mind while deploying your application on Kubernetes in a secure way. While deploying your application on Kubernetes, we write YAML files and create different Kubernetes objects. But the question is, Are we using best practices while writing them? Because, default configurations in Kubernetes are not the best ones for your application security. Is there a way to ensure we have all the best practices for Kubernetes objects that we create? Yes, we have a lot of tools…

In my previous blog, I explained my journey towards the container world and also explained a little bit about some of the technologies you would encounter if you start with containers. If you haven’t read that, I recommend you to read it first and then jump in here. This blog is intended to give you more insights about the containers and kubernetes. The first question that might be coming to your mind is how do you create a container? So, first let’s understand how we do this?

How to create a container?

The first step is to write a Dockerfile which is basically a script…

What is this Blog all about?

In this blog I will be sharing how I got acquainted with the container world and some basics about containers, kubernetes and openshift.

How and what has been done so far ?

It has been 2 months since I joined Red Hat and I have learnt a lot of things over here. Before joining Red Hat, I was always overwhelmed with the concepts of containers and kubernetes, but after the sessions which were conducted by the engineers working here and after completing the assignments which they gave me to solve, it became easy for…

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