The purpose of this list is to track and compare tunneling solutions. This is primarily targeted toward self-hosters and developers who want to do things like exposing a local webserver via a public domain name, with automatic HTTPS, even if behind a NAT or other restricted network.
KANISTER allows domain experts to capture application specific data management tasks in blueprints which can be easily shared and extended. The framework takes care of the tedious details around execution on Kubernetes and presents a homogeneous operational experience across applications at scale.
Kube Karp allows Kubernetes cluster nodes to share a common virtual IP address in order to provide automatic Kube API Server failover. In beneath, it is using UCarp which is a portable userland implementation of the secure and patent-free Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP, OpenBSD's alternative to the patents-bloated VRRP).
We Strongly believe that access information to Cloud in ~/.aws or ~/.azure files are not safe, and we prefer to store that information in an encrypted file managed by the system. Credentials will be hourly rotated and accessible in those files only when they are needed, so only when Leapp is active.
Viele Archlinux Nutzer nutzen AUR (Arch User Repository) zur Erstellung von Paketen für Anwendungen die nicht in den offiziellen Repositories der Distribution vorhanden sind. Der Entwickler Hunter Wittenborn hat nun ein ähnliches Projekt namens DUR für Debian-basierte Systeme geschaffen.
All of this adds a bit of complexity to the services we write, which it would be nice to avoid. It also adds to the attack surface: privilege dropping code has been a source of vulnerabilities, notably on a couple of occasions in Bash. Avoiding writing it at all, or at least delegating it to other software with more testing than our own, would be good.
Spoofing a browser’s user agent is often hailed as a privacy enhancing technique. Unfortunately, due to the abundance of other methods to detect browser and operating system information (as will be discussed in this article), these extensions do not meaningfully enhance privacy.
kpexec is a kubernetes cli that runs commands in a container with high privileges. It runs a highly privileged container on the same node as the target container and joins into the namespaces of the target container (IPC, UTS, PID, net, mount).
Our clients tend to ask us: “Can we have a cheaper alternative to Amazon RDS?”, “Wouldn’t it be awesome to have something like RDS not just in AWS…”. Well, to meet their needs and implement an RDS-like managed solution in Kubernetes, we took a look at the current state of the most popular PostgreSQL operators: Stolon, Crunchy Data, Zalando, KubeDB, StackGres. We compared them and made our own choice.
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