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Ethical Hacking Series: 1. Network Mapping and Target Identification using ArpScan, Nmap and Zenmap

Description One of the first phases of a network security assessment is to network mapping which identifies devices on the network. In this Lab, we will use a variety of tools in Kali Linux to map out a local network to identify targets by discovering hosts on the network. We will understand the difference between how tools […]

Google Cloud: Getting started with Certificate Authority Service

Overview Google Cloud Certificate Authority Service (CAS) is a highly available & scalable service that enables you to simplify, automate, and customize the deployment, management, and security of private certificate authorities (CA). In this hands-on lab you’ll learn how to enable the service API, create a root, a subordinate CA and eventually issue a certificate. […]

Google Cloud: Introduction to Artifact Registry

Overview Artifact Registry provides the same container management features as Container Registry and includes additional features and benefits:Additional artifact formats You can create repositories for the following artifact formats: Container images: Docker, Helm Language packages: Java, Node.js, Python OS packages (Preview): Debian, RPM Regional repositories Container Registry only provides multi-regional registry hosts. Artifact Registry provides both regional and multi-regional registry hosts. Multiple, separate repositories […]

Google Cloud: Creating Image Classification ML Model on Dog/Cat Dataset

Overview In this lab, you upload images to Cloud Storage and use them to train a custom model to recognize whether the image is of Dog or Cat. What you learn In this lab, you learn how to perform the following tasks: Upload a labeled dataset to Cloud Storage and connect it to AutoML Vision […]

Google Cloud: Classifying Images of Clouds in the Cloud with AutoML Vision

Overview In this lab, you upload images to Cloud Storage and use them to train a custom model to recognize different types of clouds (cumulus, cumulonimbus, etc.). What you learn In this lab, you learn how to perform the following tasks: Upload a labeled dataset to Cloud Storage and connect it to AutoML Vision with […]

Google Cloud: Creating a Streaming Data Pipeline for a Real-Time Dashboard with Dataflow

Overview Let’s suppose you own a fleet of New York City taxi cabs and are looking to monitor how well your business is doing in real-time. You will build a streaming data pipeline to capture taxi revenue, passenger count, ride status, and much more and visualize the results in a management dashboard. Task 1. Create […]

Google Cloud: Exploring a BigQuery Public Dataset

Overview Storing and querying massive datasets can be time consuming and expensive without the right hardware and infrastructure. BigQuery is an enterprise data warehouse that solves this problem by enabling super-fast SQL queries using the processing power of Google’s infrastructure. Simply move your data into BigQuery and let us handle the hard work. You can control access […]

Istio: Istio Service Mesh | Part-1 | Introduction

What is a Service Mesh? Modern applications are typically architected as distributed collections of microservices, with each collection of microservices performing some discrete business function. A service mesh is a dedicated infrastructure layer that you can add to your applications. It allows you to transparently add capabilities like observability, traffic management, and security, without adding […]

OPA (Open Policy Agent)/ Rego : Part-7: Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRD) and OPA Gatekeeper

Custom Resources A custom resource is an extension of the Kubernetes API that is not necessarily available in a default Kubernetes installation. It represents a customization of a particular Kubernetes installation. However, many core Kubernetes functions are now built using custom resources, making Kubernetes more modular. Custom resources can appear and disappear in a running cluster through […]

OPA (Open Policy Agent): Part-6: Rego – Enforcing labels For Kubernetes Deployment

Overview In this article, we are going to learn about how to create a  Rule for Kubernetes Deployment Manifest. The policy will check whether the defined label exists in our pod manifest file. In order to in Rego, we will convert our pod manifest file (which is in Yaml format) to Json format. We will name it […]

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