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Aqua CSP Globally Whitelisted for ARO: Red Hat OpenShift on Azure

To harness the power of a secure and mature Kubernetes platform, to increase their development teams’ productivity, and to lower costs, organizations choose to use Red Hat OpenShift. To achieve these goals, many deploy Red Hat OpenShift on-premise, which requires allocating resources to manage the infrastructure …

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Kubernetes operator

Aqua Operator: Automating Security for Kubernetes

Aqua recently developed a Kubernetes Operator that was successfully tested and validated by Red Hat standards for integration and supportability. Before we tell you about our new OpenShift-certified Operator, let’s get some context about what an Operator is.

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Kubernetes security

Security Configuration Benchmarks for Kubernetes

When you’re running Kubernetes, how do you know whether it’s configured securely? Kubernetes is a complex system, with several control plane components, each of which has numerous configuration parameters. In some cases, it’s clear that a parameter will have an impact on Kubernetes security – for example, providing …

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Container Security Openshift

Streamline Image Vulnerability Management for OpenShift Image Streams

In traditional cloud native environments, actions such as building and deploying applications will usually involve working directly with images hosted in one or more registries. Customers wishing to track changes in those images, in order to identify security and compliance issues, would need to set up an automatic …

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Red Hat OpenShift

Securing Containers on OpenShift

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 additional layer of security both in development as well as for protecting containerized applications in runtime.

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