I attended the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in National Harbor, Maryland last week, leaving me plenty to write about.
Today is a good day! Amazon’s long-anticipated Elastic Containers Service for Kubernetes, EKS, is finally available to a general audience to use and enjoy.
Alcide is happy to announce it has successfully completed the SOC (Service Organization Control) 2 Type II examination and reporting process.
Alcide was just named a Gartner‘s Cool Vendor in Cloud Security for 2018! This is huge news for us.
Mount Olympus, home of the gods, is under attack. It may not yet have fallen, but in lieu of protective action, its safety is far from guaranteed.
You're ready to deploy containers to production on AWS and now you’re wondering the best way to go about it. Teams today have more options than ever before when it comes to containerization tools.
DevSecOps and hybrid cloud are two compelling technology trends that are transforming the contemporary data center.
It’s been 18 months since we first envisioned Alcide, four months since Alcide emerged from stealth, and one day since announcing the general availability of our cloud native security platform.
The benefits of doing business in the cloud are well-documented and widely accepted; indeed, it is no longer a question of whether organizations should leverage the cloud, but rather to what extent and degree the cloud must be part of the operational plan.
It is well-established that DevOps plays a key role in helping organizations reliably and rapidly deliver systems into production.