Top 5 CROZ Blog Posts of January 2020
It’s fascinating what one can find out from just one look at Google Analytics report on most visited and most read content on their website. So you can see some quite old posts still appearing in the search results and obviously being helpful because they are consistently among the top most popular, you can see security is a hot topic and developers are searching for Docker image security scanning tools.
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Without spoiling it further, here are our 5 most read blog posts of January:
1. Docker Image Security Scanning Tools
Docker images, that act as “blueprints” for application container instances, are a common source of vulnerabilities that creep in application containers. Luckily, in his blog post our Jovan Jokic did a thourough analysis of specialized tools that will do the heavy-lifting for you and automatically scan images and report on any found security vulnerabilities. A must read indeed!
2. XFRM Programming
This is one of those very technical blogs that is neither new nor covering some shiny and hot topic. It is written on a very specific topic addressing an issue only the most advanced users would have. And they keep finding it valuable and helpful as it keeps appearing on our ‘most-read’ reports.
What if we told you you could run 4 to 10 times more applications with the same resources? Find out more in this blog post from one of our DevOps experts!
Marija has not only first interned at CROZ and then recently joined as an employee in our Data Engineering team but she wrote a blog post and shared her impressions of the experience. Read carefully if you’d like to find out what made spending summer working instead enjoying her holidays worth it for her!
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