Whoever designed Docker and containers clearly wasn’t responsible for InfoSec – a rant

Not just recently I’ve been trying to get a grasp of all the containerization hype and try to identify possible effects on the ways I see to do certain things. I’m reluctant to use the word “operations” here because I’m not really much of an “operations guy” in the sense of actually having ongoing responsibility for a significant number of machines, doing monitoring, getting woken up by a pager etc. I do however have enough administration experience on a small scale to be able to tell which ideas could work and which ideas clearly won’t, at least in the near time. I’m not going to draw the dividing line between “ops” and “devs” here once again, that topic has been bashed about enough for a long time. Continue reading “Whoever designed Docker and containers clearly wasn’t responsible for InfoSec – a rant”