Monthly Archives: September 2017

Using init containers to handle Openshift’s arbitrary user ids

intro Openshift takes security seriously. Sometimes more seriously than I’d like (mostly cause I am lazy). One such example is the fact that containers run using arbitrary users. This is done as an extra measure to control damages, should a process somehow escapes its container boundaries. But how does it affect users? the problem Users […]

Hello, from wordpress

Intro I’ve been using blogspot to host my blog for 7 years now. The last couple of years I am not actively blogging. One of the reasons, is that it feels a little bit painful to do so, and the outcome has an ‘old’ and ‘crusty’ feel. So I’ve decided to move to a wordpress […]