OpenShift Commons Briefing #90: Network Visibility and Runtime Security for OpenShift and Kubernetes
August 11, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Gary Duan (NeuVector) introduced the container threat landscape and the security requirements for the Build, Ship, and Run phases. OpenShift and Kubernetes provide the tools to deploy and manage containers at scale. But how can security be integrated into the workflow? Runtime visibility and security is especially difficult and requires automation and built-in intelligence to scale.
Gary discussed how NeuVector inspects and visualizes network connections and protects OpenShift managed containers during runtime using behavioral intelligence to discover the container application stack and network connections, and builds a whitelist-based security policy to protect containers as they scale up or down.
Gary also included a demonstration of how NeuVector captures network connections for applications deployed with OpenShift and provides multiple security layers for protecting and auditing an OpenShift environment.
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