Benchmarking Your Rego Policies

Yes, I’ve been on a Rego kick lately. I posted Kickstart Your Journey With Rego as a way for others to get onboard as well. As with any language, it’s always good to know the impact of your logic. After gaining an understanding of the language and flow, it only makes sense to begin benchmarking … Read more

Kickstart Your Journey With Rego

Rego, the language powering the Open Policy Agent (OPA), has become an indispensable tool for developers and security professionals alike. In order to kickstart your journey with Rego, it makes sense to first understand some of the basics. I put the cart before the horse by first posting how to use Rego in Rego Based … Read more

Rego Based Policies in Cyral

From time to time, I end up documenting very specific details like my Integrating Cyral with Jira Cloud post. This is another case where I recently had to develop some customer Rego based policies for a specific use case at Cyral. When I first started working at Cyral, I did not know the Rego language. … Read more

Funny Moment in AI Tinkering

I spent today neck deep in rego so I thought it would be fun to take a break from documenting something technical and instead talk about a funny moment in AI tinkering. Yes, Artificial Intelligence is the latest buzz so it just makes sense to blog about it, right? Also, yes, there’s a minor plug … Read more

Creating a Custom Helm Chart Using a Bitnami Template

Helm is an essential tool for Kubernetes application deployment, enabling developers to streamline the process of managing, upgrading, and rolling back Kubernetes applications. This article will provide an in-depth overview of creating a custom helm chart using the widely popular Bitnami template. By the end of the article, you will have a comprehensive understanding of … Read more

Using Docker Instead of Virtual Environments (venv)

I was talking to a co-worker recently about my use of docker instead of virtual environments (venv) and he mentioned that I should probably write something up about it. It didn’t occur to me that this might be a more preferred method than venv until I had this discussion. It makes sense to briefly explain … Read more

Integrating Cyral with Jira Cloud

If you’ve looked at my LinkedIn profile, then you already know that I currently work for a start up called Cyral. With that already being a known thing, I figured it wouldn’t hurt to add some Cyral specific things to the blog as well. This first post is specific to Cyral but could help others … Read more