Webinar: Operationalizing DevSecOps

In this webinar, Twistlock's James Jones and Linux Journal's Katherine Druckman discuss hardening your DevOps environments and processes. Topics covered: The keys to DevSecOps success Tangible benefits of DevSecOps Steps and tools involved with building, shipping, and running containers DevSecOps creates a feedback loop Seven steps to containers And more Register to watch this webinar on-demand: 

FOSS Project Spotlight: OpenNebula

OpenNebula recently released its latest version, 5.8 "Edge", which now offers pivotal capabilities to allow users to extend their cloud infrastructure to the Edge easily and effectively. Why OpenNebula? For anyone looking for an open-source, enterprise solution to orchestrate data-center virtualization and cloud management with ease and flexibility, OpenNebula is a fine candidate that includes:

Securing the Kernel Stack

The Linux kernel stack is a tempting target for attack. This is because the kernel needs to keep track of where it is. If a function gets called, which then calls another, which then calls another, the kernel needs to remember the order they were all called, so that each function can return to the function that called it. To do that, the kernel keeps a "stack" of values representing the history of its current context.