Docker-in-Docker requires privileged mode to function, which is a significant security concern. Docker deamons have root privileges, which makes them a preferred target for attackers. In its earliest releases, Kubernetes offered compatibility with one container runtime: Docker. In the context of GitLab CI/CD jobs that build and publish Docker images to a container registry, docker commands in scripts might seem like an obvious choice.
In this blog post I am experimenting with Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes by packaging codecentric’s Spring Boot Admin for out of the box real-time insights into a suite of Spring Boot Java services deployed to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).
I’ll tell you all my secrets (but I lie about my past)— Tom Waits – Tango till they’re sore tl;dr We’ve integrated the AWS Parameter Store with Spring Cloud so that it can be used as a secure configuration backend for services deployed to EC2, including ECS. This code has recently been merged in Spring Cloud […]
Introduction In one of our customer projects we are heavily using Spring Boot in combination with other Spring projects for our microservices. One of the more complex parts of microservices, especially when you are using them as fine-grained as meant to be, will be the fact that you need to setup and maintain the connections […]