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What comes to my mind is signing the configuration prior to uploading it to the server by a personal private key. Every administrator would have his own. This is essentially what secrets-at-rest style solutions such do (list at the bottom), but they normally run on the master. Thomas A. Limoncelli basically argues that, yes, the master is still the SPOF ...


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in a word - Docker! - this is what Docker was made for and it is the most active open source project on the internet at the moment - it will be supported in Windows Server 2016, has many 'day 2' design considerations and is supported by kubernettes, AWS, OpenStack Magnum, Azure, Stackato, Cloud Foundry, IBM blue Mix, Messos and Docker Swarm check out Docker ...



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