Kubernetes Security: book reviewComments
“Kubernetes Security” - written by Liz Rice and Michael Hausenblas - is an excellent handbook that will introduce and guide you throw the best practices on securing your Kubernetes cluster.
The book has everything I would expect from an handbook: straight to the point, quick to read, full of references to go deeper learning the aspects you’re most interested into and pragmatic. It covers Kubernetes security from different angles:
- The host, the cluster and the containers
- Authentication and authorization
- Secrets management
“Kubernetes Security” is one of that books that take a couple of hours to read, and at least a couple of months to put into practice.
The eBook is freely downloadable and it should be a standard read for everyone working with Kubernetes - at different layers of the stack. Highly suggested!
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