PodCTL - Containers | Kubernetes | OpenShift
About This Show
Weekly technology podcast focused on Containers | Kubernetes | Red Hat OpenShift | Cloud Native Applications | Microservices | PaaS | CaaS | DevOps | Co-Hosts: Brian Gracely (@bgracely) and Tyler Britten (@vmtyler).
Most Recent Episode
PodCTL #32 - Container Vulnerability Scanning
3 days ago
Overview:Tyler and Aaron Delp talk with Liz Rice (@lizrice, Technology Evangelist @AquaSecTeam) about what's easy—and what's not—about finding and patching security vulnerabilities in containers. This is a cross-over show with @TheCloudcastNet podcast.
Liz’s talk at Velocity Conf - “What’s so hard about container vulnerability scanning?”
Aqua Security Homepage
Liz Rice’s Blog
[Video] Kubernetes, Metadata and You (KubeCon 2017 Austin)
Topic 1 - Welcome to the show Liz. Tell us a little bit about your background and the types of things that you’re working on these days.
Topic 2 - Let’s start with the basics. A container is defined by a file (e.g. Dockerfile) that the user/developer/operator defines. How can a vulnerability get into that file?
Topic 3 - Is it up to the CI/CD system or host OS (where the container runs) or container orchestrator (e.g. Kubernetes) or container registry to figure out if a vulnerability exists?
Topic 4 - How do most container registries today manage vulnerability lists, container scanning and potential mitigations? What are the difficult parts of those tasks?
Topic 5 - Most containers today are Linux containers. Are you seeing anything happening (yet) around how to manage Windows containers vulnerabilities? Is the assumption that Microsoft will fix this through one of their existing tools, or are things happening in the open source community as well?
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