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30 November 2021

A quick update on SELinux as a resource in Kubernetes

by Juan Antonio Osorio Robles

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about SELinux as a resource in Kubernetes, and I thought it was time to do so.

The selinux-operator and selinux-policy-helper-operator saw some interest. And, as it turns out, we were not the only ones with security profile installation enhancements in mind. The up-and-coming project called Security Profiles Operator (or SPO) had the same goal in mind!

Some time ago, my colleague Jakub and I reached out to the team involved in the SPO and we decided to join efforts in order to have a more complete and relevant project. So, we moved all of the functionality from the selinux-operator and the security-policy-helper-operator into the Security Profiles Operator.

Things have evolved very nicely ever since.

Overall, I’m very excited about the path the SPO is taking!

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