Most pods and containers don’t require privileged access to your Kubernetes nodes. Allowing this setting leaves you at risk for potential exploitation. Pod Security Policies are a good way to prevent pods with elevated privileges from ... Our Container running in privilege mode policy checks your workloads to see if ... to check if their K8s objects violate or comply with this advisor's policies.
Identifying workload consistency across your cluster can be a never ending process. Multiply that process by the number of clusters you need to support, and you can guarantee you’ll be chasing your own tail in perpetuity. By default, Magalix KubeAdvisor ships with a governance policy that detects when your workloads are running with privileged mode enabled across one, or all of your cluster.
When logging into the Magalix console, find your cluster and drill down to Issues using the navigation bar on the left.
You’ll be brought to your Issues Dashboard. WIth all of our Issues, donut graphs highlight the total number of violations against the total number of governance policies, or Advisors. Locate Container running in Privileged Mode.
If you click on the issue, you can see an overview of how many entities are out of compliance along with a description of the Advisor.
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The Open Policy Agent Gatekeeper project can be leveraged to help enforce policies and strengthen governance in your Kubernetes environment. In this post, we will walk through the goals, history, and current state of the project. The following recordings from the Kubecon EU 2019 sessions are a great starting place in working with Gatekeeper:
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