I finally caught up on our clusters to have a look at the replacement of the pod security policies which haven been deprecated and it's possible successor/replacement.
We recently changed the storage backend of the clusters and hence introduced a new storage class. The question now is, how do we migrate the existing storage to use the new storage class?
At my current employer we use a container security platform called Stackrox, which recently was acquired by RedHat. But that is it exactly and for what is it good?
If you are running a bare-metal cluster you probably run kubernetes on top of some linux os, these systems have to be regularly updated. But an update means sometimes that you have to reboot your servers. This also means during a reboot that particular node is node available to schedule workload.