In this post I provide an example of how to use Skaffold with Travis CI to build a CI/CD pipeline that deploys your code in a production Kubernetes cluster. I also have a quick discussion on why I switched from AWS Serverless with Lambda to Kubernetes. Skip the overview for procedural steps.
Configure F5 APM and Okta to provide multi-factor authentication for legacy apps
Some of the first steps I take when I run into Kerberos/APM issues
I’m happy to announce the F5 APM and Okta integration guide has been published on Okta’s website. I’ve been playing with this solution for the past 4 months and I have to say it’s pretty cool. F5 Access Policy Manager and Okta complement each other well and provide customers a solution to address identity, access […]
configure F5’s Access Policy Manager to use Yubikey One-Time-Password for 2nd factor authentication
I’ve been working on Universal 2nd Factor (U2F) authentication today and it’s a very interesting concept. There is no requirement to enter a 6-digit code for 2nd factor authentication. The website I’m logging into detects my Yubikey and the key button flashes a blue light. Press the button and you’re automatically authenticated. I’ve configured it with some of the […]
Dynamically open firewall rules based upon user authenticated sessions using iRules LX