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CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Hardening

CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Hardening

Previous Sections This is the second installment in our six-part CKS Certification series. Don’t forget to check out all the posts in the series: Part 1 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Setup in Kubernetes Part 2 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Hardening Part 3 - CKS Certification Study Guide: System Hardening in Kubernetes Part 4 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Minimize Microservice Vulnerabilities Part 5 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Supply Chain Security Part 6 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Monitoring, Logging, and Runtime Security CKS CNCF Announcement and Exam Study Tips This blog references tools to set up a Kubernetes version 1.

CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Setup in Kubernetes

CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Setup in Kubernetes

This is the first installment in our six-part CKS Certification series. Don’t forget to check out all the posts in the series: Part 1 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Setup in Kubernetes Part 2 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Cluster Hardening Part 3 - CKS Certification Study Guide: System Hardening in Kubernetes Part 4 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Minimize Microservice Vulnerabilities Part 5 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Supply Chain Security Part 6 - CKS Certification Study Guide: Monitoring, Logging, and Runtime Security As we dive into studying for the Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) program, make sure to understand the test and its structure.

CKS CNCF Announcement and Exam Study Tips

CKS CNCF Announcement and Exam Study Tips

KubeCon Announcement and Linux Foundation Update On Tuesday during KubeCon, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced the Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist certification is now generally available. The announcement confirmed important information that we previously outlined in our most recent blog detailing the CKS. Thanks to the updates from the Linux Foundation documentation, the updated exam structure is: 2 hours long Require a passing score of 67% 15-20 performance-based tasks Uses Kubernetes version 1.