In support of Amazon’s announcement this week at re:Invent surrounding the new AWS Container Marketplace, we’ve made the Aqua Container Security Platform available for on-demand consumption (pay[…]
A few months ago we launched the Aqua MicroEnforcer, the first solution for providing runtime protection to a container running in Containers-as-a-Service platforms like AWS Fargate or Azure[…]
Amazon’s managed Kubernetes service, EKS, recently went GA. Here are a few things I learnt spinning up an EKS cluster for the first time, and running the kube-bench tests on it.
Back in March we announced Aqua MicroEnforcer, a new deployment technology that enabled us to secure runtime workload running on AWS Fargate and Azure Container Instances. Since then we’ve seen a[…]
AWS made its Elastic Container Services for Kubernetes (EKS) generally available today. We at Aqua had access to the preview version for some time, which allowed us to ensure that our container[…]
A few months ago I was lucky enough to get my hands on Fargate when it was in preview in the run-up to AWS re:invent. It was immediately clear that it’s a pretty cool concept, and that it presents[…]
From a “humble” $762 million in 2016, containers are predicted to grow faster than any other technology this year (as well as the next) and are on the way to become a $2.7B industry by 2020.
Today at re:Invent, Amazon is announcing AWS Fargate, a container service that allows you to provision containers in AWS without having to worry about the VM instances for them to run on. We had[…]
Amazon Web Services announced today at re:Invent an to a recent feature PrivateLink, that enables AWS Virtual Private Cloud customers to consume apps outside their VPCs through service endpoints,[…]
Today we announced the availability of a new offering on AWS - our on-demand, pay-per-scan security scanner for container images is now available in the AWS Marketplace. The scanner is a[…]