It’s no secret that DevOps and IT security, like oil and water, are hard to mix. After all, DevOps is all about going fast, while security is all about proceeding carefully. However, both DevOps […]
2016 was a big year for the virtual container space, and 2017 looks even more promising. The industry saw tremendous growth and continues to evolve at a rapid pace. Containers, being still[…]
Working with several customers who are "heavy" adopters of Docker containers, we've seen environments where thousands of images are built on almost a daily basis. Organizations that fully commit[…]
Last month we announced support for Windows containers and automating image scanning as a step in Microsoft VSTS. I'm happy to announce that Aqua supports the new (yet to be officially released) […]
There has been plenty of buzz lately regarding an old-new privilege escalation vulnerability, adorably named “Dirty COW” after the Copy-On-Write memory protection in the Linux kernel. The whole[…]
Last month we attended Microsoft Ignite, the biggest event for Microsoft professionals that covers everything in Microsoft’s vast enterprise infrastructure, applications and cloud services[…]
As part of the DevOps team, I’m sure you’re already a fan of containers; the way they’ve eliminated the pain of those environment-related configuration challenges, and reduced your infrastructure[…]
If you know that somebody is going to throw a stone at your car’s windshield, then the glass thickness should be proportional to your driving speed (simple physics…).
Last month at VMWorld we had the pleasure of being part of a next-generation security session given by VMWare’s SVP of Security Products, Tom Corn.