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).
Google does not currently charge for monitoring data when it comes to GCP metrics. Therefore, if you want to monitor operations of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) services, such as: Compute Engine, Cloud SQL, Cloud Dataflow and Cloud Pub/Sub, using Google’s Cloud Monitoring service – Stackdriver – is a perfect choice…
In this blog: Prerequisites Introduction The top cool features we like and use most The service journal Overall View, what is deployed Change LOG levels DB migrations Creating an SBA Application Dependency configuration Spring Boot Admin Spring Boot Application Configuration of the Admin Application Summing up Running SBA on K8s Conclusion References Prerequisites Knowledge of: […]