In this liveProject series, the online gift store Zozo is experiencing unprecedented web traffic during the holiday shopping season. As Zozo’s DevSecOps engineer, your goal is to keep the site operating efficiently and securely. You need to meet demand by scaling the API server using Docker containers while protecting sensitive customer data.
As the DevSecOps engineer for Zozo, an online gift store, you’ll write Docker files and build secure Docker images that keep Zozo’s customers happy and your manager even happier. Along the way, you’ll spot potential security vulnerabilities using several open source tools, and ward against cyberattacks with digital signatures.
Take the next step in securing Zozo’s online store by securing the environments running the Docker services—the host machine, Docker daemon, and container—at run time, continuing to work with open-source e-commerce project Shopizer, and hardening the host and Docker instances using global best practices.
These liveProjects are for DevSecOps engineers who want to uplevel their Docker security expertise and gain hands-on experience that helps them prevent cyberattacks on Docker-based API services. To begin these liveProjects you will need to be familiar with the following:
In this liveProject series, you’ll gain skills for securely building Docker-based API services and preventing cyberattacks.