This option is strongly discouraged because we will be unable to provide the same level of support throughout the live workshops. Every local environment is different and we cannot guarantee that these instructions will work flawlessly in every environment.
However, we’d like to provide Option Three so that you can see the steps needed to install all the needed dependencies for the workshop.
These steps are intended for a Linux X64 Ubuntu 20.04 machine, as our automated workshop environments run in Containers on these OS images.
Your machine must be able to run containers. The examples below all use Docker Desktop to spin up containerized dependencies, but all dependencies should work with other local ContainerD-based container tooling.
See See this page to install Docker Desktop.
curl -Lo ./kind https://kind.sigs.k8s.io/dl/v0.11.1/kind-linux-amd64 chmod +x ./kind mv ./kind /usr/bin/kind
/usr/bin/kind create cluster --name bridgecrew-workshop
curl -LO "https://dl.k8s.io/release/$(curl -L -s https://dl.k8s.io/release/stable.txt)/bin/linux/amd64/kubectl" chmod +x ./kubectl mv ./kubectl /usr/bin/kubectl
This is optional, but is a and good practice for compartmentalizing Python dependencies and libraries from each other when you’re on a system where you may be working with multiple projects. In this example, we’ll be installing our Checkov scanning tool into the pipenv, but you can also just as well install Checkov globally with
pip install checkov instead.
apt install -y pipenv pipenv --python 3.8
pipenv install checkov || pip install checkov
docker pull bridgecrew/yor
git clone https://github.com/bridgecrewio/kustomizegoat.git
If all of the dependencies are correctly installed, the following commands should all run without errors or failures:
kubectl cluster-info --context kind-bridgecrew-workshop checkov --version docker run --tty --volume /root:/root bridgecrew/yor --version cd kustomizegoat && git status