Aegis is a Kubernetes-native, lightweight secrets management solution that keeps your secrets secret. With Aegis, you can rest assured that your sensitive data is always secure and protected.
After all the madness that has been happening in the birdsite, I flipped the switch. This article contains my experience installing a Mastodon server the hard way. You’ll find tips, tricks, and recommendations that will help should you want to follow a similar path.
This video series will guide you through establishing a secure cross-cluster mTLS connectivity between workloads across multiple clusters using SPIRE. We will start with a blank slate, and make as little assumptions as we can along the way.
This series will show how you can rapidly prototype a full-blown production-ready app in under half an hour. Interested? Let’s jump right in.
This article will look at what SPIFFE and SPIRE are. Then, we’ll explore why managing identities and Trust at scale is a tough challenge and how to solve it in a repeatable, scalable, and platform-agnostic way.
Knowing how to scale is important, but more important than that is knowing when to scale. In this two-part tutorial, I will explore what it takes to create a real-life, scalable, highly available, and highly responsive Node.js application.
In this lecture, we’ll containerize and deploy a RESTful Go microservice to a Kubernetes cluster. We’ll also learn about some important building blocks of our cluster such as Deployments, Services, ConfigMaps, Secrets, Ingresses, and the like.
In this article, we’ll provision a managed Kubernetes cluster on an AWS cloud, and we’ll also look into some of the alternatives.
In this quick video, we’ll create an AWS ECR repo and set up our development environment to interact with it.
Go works seamlessly when the code that you are working with resides in public repositories. However, suppose you maintain your projects in private repositories. In that case, you need to tweak your environment a little to be able to work with your private Go modules.