NeuVector is a startup company in Bay Area, focusing on run-time container security. In our previous post, we find docker-bench-security useful to avoid many common Docker pitfalls.
NeuVector helps to address some Docker security issues, which are not well resolved before. e.g, intelligently detect malicious traffic within servers of our critical envs, visualize network topology with large scale of docker envs, etc.
Has the deployment been initiated? Already finished? And how does it look after the deployment? These are typical questions people will frequently ask. Especially managers and key holders.
Thanks to Slack, team can sync up much easier than before. With more and more DevOps adoptions, we’re likely to have one-button click deployment.
Let’s send out slack notifications for system upgrade. Better sync up, better control.
As DevOps or IT professionals, people may ask us why they can’t ssh to servers. It happens from time to time. Isn’t right? Not much fun. Just routine work.
Want to ease the pain and burden? Let’s examine common ssh failures together. Next time forward this link to your colleagues, if useful. People may be able to identify the root cause all by themselves, or be efficient in collecting all necessary information, before turning to us.
docker-bench-security is a script that checks for dozens of common best-practices around deploying Docker containers in production.
We use Docker to save effort, not the other way around. Try docker-bench-security to avoid common pitfalls using Docker. It’s provided by Docker, Inc. Totally free and constantly polished.
Enclosed is all you need to know, in order to understand and use the tool.
Using a single command, we can easily upload any files from our computers or servers to a web server. Then our friends or colleagues can download them directly from web browsers. Isn’t that cool?
Worry about the security? We can encrypt files before transfer. Also we can claim the maxinum downloads of those files, or expire download link in several days.
Here we go! transfer.sh: easy and fast file sharing from the command-line. Zero Initial Setup and Super Easy to use.
DevOps involves tons of softwares, technologies and methodologies. You finally get familiar with Nagios, but more and more people are talking about Sensor now. When you start to try OpenStack, Docker seems to be compelling. Sound familiar? It’s really hard to be on top of it!
Here are some practical tips to follow the latest DevOps trend with minimum time.
Rubocop is a static code check tool for ruby. Very handy and powerful.
Here is a list of Common Rubocop Errors, for your reference. You can simply search by your Rubocop error message in this post. And get your code improved quickly.
Running daemon services in foreground helps for trouble shooting. Also a very useful trick for container environments.
Here is the general practice. And some real examples of popular services, like Apache, MySQL and Jenkins.
If you are in China or temporarily visit China, it’s hard to open Google, Gmail, Slideshare, Twitter, etc. Internet Censorship is fine. But… I strongly suggest there should be one exception. We, as developers, should be able to access. It’s a must to do a better job.
Here I provide a free VPN service. The password will be rotated periodically. Unfortunately I can’t afford to make a bigger commitment. It should be good for temporary use. Right? Good news is you will have a Docker image to easily run the service in your own server. Check it now!