DES 218 - Protecting Microservices, Containers, and Orchestration (New)
Using Microservices, organizations can isolate software functionality into multiple independent modules that are individually responsible for performing precisely defined, standalone tasks communicating with each other through simple, universally accessible application programming interfaces (APIs). Containers enable developers to simultaneously build and ship these microservices; integrate them with other systems and automatically orchestrate them using predefined rules and processes.
This course is designed to educate DevOps Engineers, IT Architects, and Network Engineers working in Linux or on the cloud to add value to the application lifecycle through proper orchestration and enable faster development and fault-prone provisioning and configurations.
- Hardening the OS
- Vulnerability Scanning
- Docker, SELinux and AWS Microservices
- API Gateways
- Node monitoring with Prometheus
- Implementing OAuth
- Schedulers and Orchestrators
- Defining a Pod Security Policy
- Using Metadata Concealment