Azure DevOps and Chechov

In this post we demonstrate how to use the open source security and compliance tool called Checkov with Azure DevOps to verify your Azure infrastructure is secure. Introducing Checkov Checkov is a great tool for engineering teams to harness as part of their Cloud environment deployments. https://www.checkov.io/ Checkov currently supports scanning the following scanning capabilities:Continue reading “Azure DevOps and Chechov”

Azure container apps

Another container service? Recently Microsoft released a new container service called Azure container apps. Those familiar with Azure should know that the platform already supports containers in numerous forms. AKS Pros Need full orchestration of containers then use AKS and managed service. Provides full Kubernetes feature set, integrated into Azure control plane services such asContinue reading “Azure container apps”

Google Cloud first impressions

I have been working on GCP for the last five months. In this blog post I share what I have learned and observations. Global network Compared to some other public clouds, GCP has a global fibre backed network. As a result of this the GCP VPC (virtual private cloud) is a global resource that spansContinue reading “Google Cloud first impressions”

Intro to DAPR part1

What is DAPR? DAPR stands for distributed application runtime. It is an open source project started by Microsoft. As of November 2021 it is officially endorsed by the CNCF as an incubator project https://www.cncf.io/blog/2021/11/03/dapr-distributed-application-runtime-joins-cncf-incubator/ What can you use it for? DAPR is essentially a set of APIs, built on a concept of building blocks forContinue reading “Intro to DAPR part1”