WEFOUNDThe Secrets Within (Saranormal Book 7)


In terms of Docker Swarm services, a secret is a blob of data, such as a password, SSH private key, SSL certificate, or another piece of data that should not be transmitted over a network or stored unencrypted in a Dockerfile or in your application’s source code. In Docker 1.13 and higher, you can use Docker secrets to centrally manage this data and securely transmit it to only those containers that need access to it. Secrets are encrypted during transit and at rest in a Docker swarm. A given secret is only accessible to those services which have been granted explicit access to it, and only while those service tasks are running.

You can use secrets to manage any sensitive data which a container needs at runtime but you don’t want to store in the image or in source control, such as:

Note : Docker secrets are only available to swarm services, not to standalone containers. To use this feature, consider adapting your container to run as a service. Stateful containers can typically run with a scale of 1 without changing the container code.

In terms of Docker Swarm services, a secret is a blob of data, such as a password, SSH private key, SSL certificate, or another piece of data that should not be transmitted over a network or stored unencrypted in a Dockerfile or in your application’s source code. In Docker 1.13 and higher, you can use Docker secrets to centrally manage this data and securely transmit it to only those containers that need access to it. Secrets are encrypted during transit and at rest in a Docker swarm. A given secret is only accessible to those services which have been granted explicit access to it, and only while those service tasks are running.

You can use secrets to manage any sensitive data which a container needs at runtime but you don’t want to store in the image or in source control, such as:

Note : Docker secrets are only available to swarm services, not to standalone containers. To use this feature, consider adapting your container to run as a service. Stateful containers can typically run with a scale of 1 without changing the container code.

Brianne ran into the building, shaking the rain from her hood as she went, ducking through the low doorway she entered her favourite place in the world. Letting out a pent up breath, Brianne felt like she was coming home. Entering this quaint cottage, that hid the surprisingly large selection of books always brought her more peace than anywhere else in the world. Her local library was a treasure in a dull town. She had spent so many hours of her life here, she knew every nook and cranny, every title in here, the smell of the musty books was etched into her memory as clear as her own reflection was.

“Hi, Marie” Brianne smiled as she passed the front desk, the elderly clerk was like a grandmother to her, she’d ran the library since before Brianne was born.

“I wasn’t planning to dear, I knew how much you were looking forward to this and thought I’d save them all for you for tomorrow” Marie smiled back, the affection she felt for the young girl clear on her wrinkled face. “I wouldn’t have you missing all the excitement”


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