Building Trust in the Software Supply Chain

Overview What steps can we take to establish trust in our Software Supply Chain and ensure that our software can be traced back to its origin without introducing malicious code or dependencies? Moreover, how can we integrate Open Source tools to enhance the security of our Software Supply Chain’s lifecycle? As we explained in our […]

How to secure microservice applications with role-based access control? (5/7)

Foto Source: Ron Lach ( Option: OpenID & Keycloak In the previous blog (part 4), we have introduced JSON Web Token to allow more transparent and convenient authentication and access management. In this blog (part 5), we will explore how we can extend the concept of a JWT to achieve even better standardization through oAuth2 […]

How to secure microservice applications with role-based access control? (4/7)

Foto Source: Nataliya Vaitkevich (www. Option: JWT In the previous blog part (part 3) we have used  BasicAuthentication for transferring credentials which are then enforced in the requested service. This approach has several disadvantages. First and foremost, each service has access to user credentials. Thus, if one service is hacked, all services are impacted. […]

Using OpenTelemetry and Grafana Tempo with Your Own Services/Application

By Robert Baumgartner, Red Hat Austria, March 2023 (OpenShift 4.12, OpenShift distributed tracing data collection 0.63) In this blog, I will guide you on how to use OpenTelemetry with a Quarkus application; how to forward your OpenTelemetry information to Tempo and display it in Grafana UI. I will use distributed tracing to instrument my services […]

Language (r)evolution

As ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said, the only constant in life is change. And it accurately applies to language as well. The spectacle of language change can be observed from two perspectives: synchronous (different language versions going hand-in-hand at the same time) and asynchronous (how language evolves across decades, centuries or millennia). And, taking […]

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