The benefits of the hybrid cloud and DevOps are both well known. But what happens when these two models intersect? Often DevOps and Security teams struggle to account for the added complexity introduced by hybrid configurations. Luckily for them, Alcide has the answers, as CEO Ranny Nachmias explains.
There are clear benefits to serverless architecture, with many enterprises already making or planning to make this change. Like any paradigm shift, however, the move to serverless carries both benefits and risks. Here’s what you need to know about serverless security.
The company cited CNCF data in a press release that shows 57 percent of all Kubernetes users are already running it on AWS.
With Alcide, EKS customers can monitor changes and visually explore Kubernetes Network Policies and how they are layered on top of Amazon Security Groups
Before a company can commit to a serverless infrastructure, it needs a clear outline of the technology stacks it intends to use as the foundation for further build outs,
DevOps and Security teams should be adopting tools that mitigate the risks of open-source by providing real-time visibility over open-source operation, monitoring actual code runtime activity.
Alcide offers a unique way to protect the cloud with real-time visibility of cloud operations combined with deep analysis and controls to manage today’s complex hybrid cloud.