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Immersive terminal interface for managing docker containers and services
Sysdig Inspect - A powerful opensource interface for container troubleshooting and security investigationProject mention: Getting started with kubectl plugins | dev.to | 2023-01-18
Packet captures are incredibly useful for incident response and forensics in Kubernetes. The capture file is created for a duration of time and is downloaded locally in order to use it with Sysdig Inspect, a powerful open source interface designed to intuitively navigate the data-dense Sysdig captures that contain granular system, network, and application activity of a Linux system.
Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. Add Auth, Databases, Functions, and Storage to your product and build any application at any scale while using your preferred coding languages and tools.
Repository for pre-built dev container images published under mcr.microsoft.com/devcontainersProject mention: Is there a docker image specifically for remote VSCode development? | /r/docker | 2023-06-15
A Docker tutorial written for people who don't actually know Docker already.
Creates CycloneDX Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) for your projects from source and container images. Supports many languages and package managers. Integrate in your CI/CD pipeline with automatic submission to Dependency Track server. Slack: https://cyclonedx.slack.com/archives/C04NFFE1962Project mention: Show devsecops: OWASP dep-scan v5 - a next-generation security and risk audit tool for everyone | /r/devsecops | 2023-12-05
Today, it gives me great pleasure to announce OWASP dep-scan v5. Like everyone, I was constantly frustrated with the amount of false positives generated by all Software Composition Analysis tools (including mine) and wanted to do something. I worked closely with a few colleagues (Caroline, Tim, Saket, and David) for a year to build the various capabilities that together form depscan v5.
The LXD demo server
a node-red application with balena-supervisor support, can be managed remotely via balena publicURL
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Firefox extension to route AWS SSO logins into unique containers.Project mention: When using AWS Organizations SSO for multiple accounts (dev, stage, prod) I have a hard time knowing which account I'm currently logged into. | /r/aws | 2023-06-05
Change 'publicPath' at run time rather than build time for dynamic module federated containers.
Master Docker from Scratch! 🐳 A tutorial for beginners to advanced users, covering everything you need to know about Docker. With practical examples and projects, learn how to create and run containers, build images, and more. 💻🚀Project mention: Docker Tutorial | dev.to | 2023-04-20
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This project shows a node express app which was containerized using Docker and deployed to Azure.
Show devsecops: OWASP dep-scan v5 - a next-generation security and risk audit tool for everyone
3 projects | /r/devsecops | 5 Dec 2023
Building Cages - Creating better DX for deploying Dockerfiles to AWS Nitro Enclaves
2 projects | /r/devops | 4 Apr 2023
Firefox Add-on for AWS SSO / Identity Center
1 project | /r/aws | 27 Mar 2023
Launch HN: EdgeBit (YC W23) – live software vulnerability analysis
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Mar 2023
Ararat is the next-generation container/virtual machine control panel. It is your one-stop shop for single application containers, full system containers, and KVM instances - Github
4 projects | /r/LXD | 13 Feb 2023
LXD-UI project by Canonical is diving into some very interesting Feature capabilities
1 project | /r/LXD | 3 Feb 2023
/* This post is a dig at Elon Musk who allegedly ranked employees by the number of lines they wrote. I then added some obviously made up code to hammer home the point that line counts don't always indicate good employees. I also added this 300 character title in case Reddit ranks by title length. */
3 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 7 Nov 2022
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