In the first part of this article series, we described how you can easily and quickly make backups using containers with Restic. However, backing up data is not an end in itself...read more
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If you deploy applications on a managed Kubernetes cluster, operations is responsible for security, right? Not really! Even though Kubernetes abstracts from hardware, its API of...read more