Welcome to our monthly recap of the articles we revealed in June! This month, we rolled out an armada of articles to help you construct—and lock down—code on the platforms you belief. Here are the June highlights.
Security for Kubernetes, Go, and past
Kubernetes is increasingly central to modern distributed and containerized development today, but it’s a complex system that’s difficult to secure. Ajmal Kohgadai and Andy Oram delivered a 3-part series on Kubernetes security to help put your mind at ease:
Andy also rounded things out with a tour of 8 worthy open source Kubernetes security tools.
Red Hat Developer also took a gaze at security issues in the Go language. We provided a primer on cross-site scripting that defined how you can forestall this type of assault when building applications in Go; we also confirmed you how to make sure your Go applications on RHEL comply with the FIPS standard mandated for U.S. government contractors.
And finally, if you’re dealing with fine old-fashioned C, Serge Guelton and Siddhesh Poyarekar taught you how to use compiler flags to protect against stack-smashing assaults.
Dig deep into internals
Some of our most wellliked articles of this month really got into the nitty-gritty of code execution, compilation, and performance monitoring. Thanks to Red Hat Developer’s experts, you learned how to:
We continued a series that we began in May about building and deploying Software as a service (SaaS) applications, and these also proved to be a huge hit with readers. This month, you learned how to:
Check out these articles and be on the lookout for prospective installments.
Instrument containerized Java applications with Cryostat
You probably have used Java Flight Recorder, an excellent tool for analyzing and understanding Java workloads. It comes in handy during development or while workloads run in manufacturing. Cryostat takes that further by bringing the same functionality to containers and Kubernetes. You can check out our roundup of what’s new in Cryostat 2.1, the latest version of the tool. You can also learn how to install Cryostat using a Helm chart, which is suitable for demo purposes and simpler than using the Cryostat Operator.
June 2022 on Red Hat Developer
Here’s the full lineup of articles revealed on Red Hat Developer so far this month: