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Kubernetes Network Policies Best Practices

Oct 6, 2019 9:19:53 AM / by Guest Writer: Twain Taylor posted in kubernetes, network security, firewall

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While a lot of people are calling network policies the Kubernetes equivalent of a firewall, they probably wouldn’t be called network policies if that were really the case. Although network policies are comparable to security features like firewalls, they mostly pertain to rules, and therefore a more accurate comparison would be with “firewall rules” or security groups in the Cloud that are used to manage permissions.

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IAM Role Pod Delegation Checks on AWS Kubernetes Clusters

Sep 16, 2019 9:27:49 AM / by Guest Writer: Twain Taylor posted in AWS, cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, IAM Role

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You can never be too safe when it comes to securing your applications. It’s essential that security is a part of the application framework and not just a protective outer layer. Enterprises are swiftly adopting the microservices architecture because of its numerous benefits. However, security still remains a concern. Kubernetes has emerged as the de-facto container orchestration tool. And, on its own, Kubernetes seems to be decent for managing secrets.

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The New Cloud-Native Security Paradigm- Exciting times for me to join Alcide!

Aug 26, 2019 8:41:22 AM / by Amir Ofek posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops

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I am a big believer in Jeff Bezos’s Day 1 philosophy. So when the opportunity came for me to drive Day 1 yet again, I could not resist.

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Secret-Hunting in Kubernetes

Aug 6, 2019 10:19:28 AM / by Guest Writer: Theo Despoudis posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, alcide advisor

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Applications and workloads running on Kubernetes environment, just like any application, requires secrets to gain access to data stored in the database, 1st / 3rd party services or APIs.
Secrets, however, are only effective if they actually remain secret. When secrets leak, attackers will be able to gain access to sensitive data, services or APIs and can potentially put your entire environment and business at risk.

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Kubernetes Vulnerability Scanning

Jul 3, 2019 5:24:24 AM / by Guest Writer: Twain Taylor posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops

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How Kubernetes Empowers DevOps Culture

Jun 19, 2019 8:20:43 AM / by Guest Writer: Eric Bruno posted in devsecops, kubernetes, devops, alcide advisor

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Don’t Let Kubernetes Become a Black Box: Optimizing the K8s Experience

Jun 4, 2019 8:14:06 AM / by Guest Writer: Theo Despoudis posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, alcide advisor

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Everyone is talking about Kubernetes these days, and it’s no secret that Kubernetes has emerged as the leading container orchestration tool. There are a variety of reasons for that, ranging from Kubernetes’s open source, community-based development model to helpful technical features like pod security policies and automatic load balancing.

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Alcide Advisor: Continuous Kubernetes Security

May 15, 2019 7:54:00 AM / by Karine Regev posted in alcide advisor

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Top 5 Best Practices for Healthy Kubernetes 1.14 Environments

May 2, 2019 4:01:32 AM / by Guest Writer: Eric Bruno posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, alcide advisor

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If you work with Kubernetes, you’re probably already familiar with basic Kubernetes best practices guides and patterns. But the recent release of Kubernetes v1.14 has introduced some new features, which in turn necessitate new best practices. Most of them center on security and automation, which are top of the list for operations staff, management, and development alike. But there are some others that factor in as well.

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Ready, Set, Go! Kick-Start Your K8s Journey with this 3-day Program

Apr 10, 2019 8:32:19 AM / by Guest Writer: Vince Power posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, kube-advisor

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If you believe all the marketing hype, then Kubernetes is the silver bullet to make containers so routine that they’re boring, and your infrastructure will have better harmony than any boy band in history. If only this were true. 

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