Code-to-production security for workloads running on Kubernetes
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Alcide is a Kubernetes security leader empowering DevOps teams to drive frictionless security guardrails to their CI/CD pipelines, and security teams to continuously secure and protect their growing Kubernetes deployments. Alcide provides a single K8s-native AI-driven security platform for cross Kubernetes aspects: configuration risks, visibility across clusters, runtime security events, and a single policy framework to enforce.
Companies use Alcide to scale their Kubernetes deployments without compromising on security. This enables the smooth operation of business apps while protecting cloud deployments from malicious attacks.
Alcide Advisor easily enables us to scan for known vulnerabilities across our EKS Kubernetes clusters and quickly remediate any risk before it exposes our production environment.Einav Friedman
Head of DevOps, Reali
The dynamic and agile nature of our development teams requires a network security solution that will be easy to manage but at the same time has strong network capabilities such as policies discovery and changes management and control.Idan Livny
Cloud Architect SafeBreach
We selected Alcide for their comprehensive app-centric services and network visibility and security from day one.Vitaly Gorodetsky
Infrastructure Team Lead, Augury
We love the visibility. It is genius in its simplicity and help us better monitor our distributed cloud environments and neutralise risks before they turn into security incidentsShlomi Zohar
Global IT Director, Sisense
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On the evolution of Dev, Sec and Ops and the rise of continuous security. Traditionally, Development built the application, Operations managed the application and Security protected the application. Each team had a role and a place in the process, the handoffs were clear and the roles distinct. But that world doesn’t exist anymore.
Enterprises looking to secure their CI/CD application pipelines seemingly have many security options, but are finding a new wrinkle in their plans: The CI, or constant integration portion of their process, turns out to have different security needs than the CD and production aspects of their pipeline.