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Tool to enforce ownership and data security within cloud environments

Project description

Probator

A security and compliance tool for validating your infrastructure. For full documentation please head over to https://probator.gitlab.io/

Docker

Using the provided Dockerfile it is trivial to build a container that contains everyting necessary to run a the backend, scheduler and worker processes.

Build Arguments

The Dockerfile currently supports 3 arguments as --build-arg variables

Name Description
pip_flags Used to pass any extra configuration arguments to the pip install command. An example of this could be to pass in the --extra-index-url argument for loading extra packages from a private PyPi repository
extra_packages Any extra python packages you would like to install, such as custom plugins
timezone The timezone to set in the container, used for the schedulers. Defaults to UTC

Limitations

The container does not come with a database, that will need to be provided externally. You will also need to map in a volume containing the configuration files

Examples

Build with custom plugin from private repository

This example uses the pip_flags and extra_packages to install a custom plugin probator-auth-openid

docker build . -t probator:latest --build-arg pip_flags="--extra-index-url https://pypi.company.tld/simple/" --build-arg extra_packages="probator-auth-openid"
Example execution

To run any part of the system you will need to pass in the configuration folder with the required files (config.json, logging.json and ssl/private.key) present to /usr/local/etc/probator inside the container.

The example below will execute the scheduler

docker run --rm -v probator-config:/usr/local/etc/probator probator:latest probator scheduler

The next example shows how to run the API server with a port mapping for a production API server

docker run --rm -p 5000:5000 -v probator-config:/usr/local/etc/probator probator:latest gunicorn -w 6 -b 0.0.0.0:5000 -k gthread -t 60 "probator.wsgi:run()"

Credits

Based on the work by Riot Games' Cloud Inquisitor

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