|Title||:||Docker Security: Using Containers Safely in Production|
|Number of Pages||:||43 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Docker Security: Using Containers Safely in Production Reviews
A meaty deep-dive into securing Docker containers. This is definitely a book where you'll want to make notes as you go along. It was my first exposure to many of these tips and tricks, so I got a lot out of it.
Very reasonable set of tips to apply in your infrastructure to harden your Docker container security.Most of them don't take much time to apply and it's usually within a day or two.There's a good amount of reason why Docker containers **may** be insecure in some cases.A good note to take is that there's no "if" in the tips meaning that people may take the tips wrongly and apply them in a zealot-like manner. Not everything is applicable for everyone meaning that by trying to do good and harden the security, you'll have more troubles than benefits. Think wisely whether it's worth in your infrastructure.
Quick little guide covering many good setups to use Docker securely. A bit more detailed than I was expecting.
It's a good book for who is using or planning to use Docker in production. There are some very good tips that are not so obvious about Docker.
To use Docker safely, in both production and development, you need to be aware of the potential security issues and the major tools and techniques for securing container-based systems. In this O’Reilly report, Adrian Mouat—Chief Scientist at Container Solutions—provides guidance and advice for developing container security policies and procedures.