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This repository is a collection of resources to prepare for the Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKSS) exam.
The given references and links below are just assumptions and ideas around the CKSS curriculum.
The Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) certification ensure that the holder has the skills, knowledge, and competence on a broad range of best practices for securing container-based applications and Kubernetes platforms during build, deployment and runtime.
The certification is generally available to take from here as anounced during the KubeCon NA20
The CKS test will be online, proctored and performance-based with 15-20 hands-on performance based tasks, and candidates have 2 hours to complete the exam tasks.
From the CKS Exam Curriculum repository, The exam will test domains and competencies including:
In order to take the CKS exam, you must have Valid CKA certification prior to attempting the CKS exam to demonstrate you possess sufficient Kubernetes expertise. A first good starting point for securing Kubernetes is the Task section Securing a Cluster of the official K8s documentation. The exam will be based on Kubernetes v1.19 documentation as of November general availability announcement.
According to the LF docs, during the CKS exam the candidates may:
review the Exam content instructions that are presented in the command line terminal.
review Documents installed by the distribution (i.e. /usr/share and its subdirectories)
use their Chrome or Chromium browser to open one additional tab in order to access
This includes all available language translations of these pages (e.g. https://kubernetes.io/zh/docs/)
The allowed sites above may contain links that point to external sites. It is the responsibility of the candidate not to click any links to navigate to a domain that is not allowed
Kubernetes 1.19, but it gives great understanding.
Ibrahim Jelliti 2020