AWS integration is achieved via a simple but powerful tagging system on EC2 instances. Tags are paired with AWS role/policy allowing connector instances to discover resources we want to expose via sockets.
Docker integration resembles AWS and utilises Docker container labels. Labels can be assigned to the connector at instantiation or at any time after. The integration is done via Docker daemon socket “docker.sock”
We can run connector code directly on the docker Host system or as a container, as long as the code has read access to the daemon unix socket and network connectivity is permitted.
The YAML configuration, unlike AWS, does not require any DC variables. Labels format and configuration is the same for Docker containers as for EC2
Easy access to Kubernetes Pods by simply assigning a label!
AWS Secret Manager
AWS Secret Manager Overview
This plugin is intended for loading sensitive data or configs via AWS SSMTo demonstrate the use of the plugin we will store and load the credentials token for connector.
Network Discovery Overview
Border0 can discover resources on any of your networks by scanning for reachable IP addresses and ports.Simply tell us what services you’re interested in, and the connector will make them available within a seconds.
Static Configuration Overview
Statically define resources using the connector config file
Quickly and easily discover and connect your servers, containers, pods, and databases in your existing infrastructure to Border0 using the Border0 connector.