The newly released Kubernetes 1.8 is the third release this year, and shows great progress and maturity of the Kubernetes project. I’m happy that the community continues to make progress in[…]
Yesterday Microsoft dropped a bombshell in containersphere, announcing Azure Container Instances, or ACI.
This article was originally published in infoworld.com
As part of my job, I regularly meet with devops people to discuss their container strategy. Most of the time, the people I talk to are eager[…]
Red Hat OpenShift container platform is one of the popular and mature platforms for developing and managing container deployments. While it has many built-in security features, Aqua provides an[…]
This article was originally published in InfoWorld.com, New Tech Forum.
From development to deployment, one of the most distinctive traits of using containers is speed. The development cycle is[…]
Network segmentation is not a new concept in security. It’s been around for a while and is considered one of the most effective methods of limiting the “blast radius”, i.e., preventing extensive[…]
In our many conversations with customers, secrets management has come up as a particularly thorny issue that seemed to lack an elegant, cross-platform solution for container environments. Not a[…]
Cisco announced a few days ago that it discovered and fixed a critical vulnerability in its CloudCenter Orchestrator, whereby a misconfiguration caused the Docker Engine management port to be[…]
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 […]
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) […]