Bastille has evolved over the years from a small collection of personal shell scripts into a secure container automation toolkit used on hardware ranging from the Raspberry Pi to “The Cloud”.
The early shell scripts evolved into a proof of concept in 2018 which evolved into what we use today.
Many of the automation concepts in Bastille come from lessons learned as a SaltStack contributor and package maintainer since 2011.
Combining these security and automation best practices with FreeBSD’s production tested container solution and you have Bastille.
Fast-forward to today and Bastille has seen improvements from open-source contributors around the world, making it more robust, more mature and better able to handle a wide range of use cases.
To everyone that has contributed to Bastille, thank you!
This release matures the project from 0.6.x -> 0.7.x. Continued testing and bug fixes are proving Bastille capable for a range of use-cases. New (experimental) features are examples of innovation from community contribution and feedback. Thank you.
See the full release notes for details.
create -T|--thick ...)
bootstrapnow supports optional
updatecommand to auto-patch release
Happy Bastille Day! (Of course we had a release to celebrate)