Learn how you can leverage the use of Snyk inside your Docker engine installation. In this tutorial, you'll see How to Scan Your Docker Images in Your Local Machine
Security is the most relevant topic in modern architecture. It needs to be handled from all different perspectives. Having a single team auditing the platforms and the developments that we built is not enough.
The introduction of DevSecOps as the new normal, including the security teams and policies being part of the development process to avoid security becoming a blocker of innovation and make sure that the artifacts we deploy are secured, have made this clear.
Docker image scanning is one of the most important topics we can cover regarding the container images to know that all the internal components that are part of the image are safe from vulnerabilities. We usually rely on some systems to do so.
I wrote an article regarding the usage of one of the most relevant options (Harbor) from the open source world to do this job.
And this is also being done by different Docker repositories from cloud providers like Amazon ECR as of this year. But why do we need to wait until we push the images to an external Docker registry? Why can’t we do it in our local environment?
Following the second video about Docker basics, in this video, I explain Docker architecture and explain the different building blocks of the docker engine; docker client, API, Docker Daemon. I also explain what a docker registry is and I finish the video with a demo explaining and illustrating how to use Docker hub.
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Part 1 — Introduction to Docker & Running Applications as ROOT User. Dear Readers, in this blog series I will cover Security issues related to Docker and how to protect against misconfigurations and attacks.
Storing and managing corporate data by applying the cloud is becoming more and more popular. Companies grow, and it gets too expensive, and resources consuming to store their data on traditional servers. To prove it, look at the research conducted by Google in 2019 that includes insights for the cloud computing market for the next 10 years.
For the interest of the organization, it remains extremely crucial to keep not only the Containers but also the hosted applications protected from security threats. By default, a deployed Docker originally remains secured through an auto-generated profile docker-default for its containers.