Before moving forward with this course, a basic understanding of containers and Kubernetes is recommended.
I recommend that you finish the following course before starting this security track:
We recommend bringing a RHEL-family machine (Fedora 35, Centos 8, RHEL 8) with podman installed for the hands-on portion.
You'll also need a minikube or Kubernetes environment (especially for later in the Kubernetes security track). It's convenient to use the podman driver for minikube; it's lightweight and works great.
Let's get started!
Now, let's begin the Kubernetes security learning track with an in-depth look into all of the attack vectors of your Kubernetes applications.