Docker containers need multi-tenancy feature with keystone which will help to isolate the containers for different users and tenants. Multi tenancy will avoid users invading other users' containers, since the containers owned will be invisible to other tenants or users except the admin or the owner of the containers.
The proposed approach enables the organization administrator to specify quota limits through keystone ensuring budget targets are adhered to in a pay-as-you-go pricing model. Use keystone to validate the identity of a user's username-password, API key or authentication token.
Proposal is to create a new authentication plugin to talk to keystone and validate the user's credentials.
This security feature allows secure communications between containers. The private networking enables open connectivity within the environment deployed by a given user.
1. How to control the organization cost.
2. How do the deployed containers talk to each other
3. What are the mail files of docker container
4. How to integrate keystone for multi-tenancy for docker containers
5. How to add quota limit for the users of docker containers
6. What benefit they will get by adding keystone to containers