Duo Nodejs

Cisco Duo is an excellent MFA provider. We are rolling out Duo at work primarily due to Microsoft requiring a smartphone during enrollment (though temporary access passwords during passwordless setup may provide a workaround). Understandably, some people don’t have, or would rather not use, a personal smartphone for work. Duo allows end users to enroll using just a FIDO2 token. They do support other options like SMS, phone, TOTP, and of course their smartphone app, Duo Mobile.
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Harbor Upgrades

Harbor is a fantastic docker registry that is easy to use and has a fancy UI. I’ve been running harbor since 2018. Harbor allows you to setup LDAP as an authentication backend, perfect for using private projects with your team. Private package registries don’t need to do much. When I think about it, all it does for our team is and serve some files behind authentication. But these files can be critical.
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Openmanage Container

I recently had the opportunity to repurpose some Dell hardware at work, PowerEdge R510s. I would like to run the latest Ubuntu server 22.04 however Dell does not currently support OpenManage on 22.04. If there was a problem with the hardware I would have to be in the datacenter and notice an amber light. I’m too lazy for that. So I had the idea to run OpenManage in a priviledged container with a supported OS as the base.
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My First Post

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