Topic: github

ITOps Open-Source Project of the Week: Lazydocker

Lazydocker is an open-source project that aims to reduce the necessity of memorizing Docker commands. Created by software engineer Jesse Duffield, Lazydocker acts as a GUI for Docker and Docker-compose terminals. The rationale behind the project is that “memorising docker commands is hard. Memorising aliases is slightly less hard.” Duffield explains on the project’s GitHub … continue reading

Open Container Initiative introduces Distribution Specification project for container images

The Open Container Initiative (OCI) has announced the launch of the Distribution Specification project. The project intends to standardize container image distribution based on specification for the Docker Registry HTTP API V2 protocol, which supports the pushing and pulling of container images According to the OCI, while the Docker registry is becoming the de facto … continue reading

Corero: The Memcached vulnerability is worse than originally thought

Corero Network Security has disclosed that the Memcached vulnerability that was responsible for last week’s GitHub DDoS attack is more extensive than originally reported. It is now known that the vulnerability can be used to steal or modify data from the Memcached servers. Memcached is an open-source system that stores data in memory to speed … continue reading

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