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It's hard to make Kubernetes work in the enterprise for a number of reasons. One of which is you've got to provide some systems management. You got to provide some performance. You got to provide security. How do you provide security over hundreds of...

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Portshift Adds Policy Advisor to Cloud Workload Protection Platform

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Date: 10/23/2019
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It's hard to make Kubernetes work in the enterprise for a number of reasons. One of which is you've got to provide some systems management. You got to provide some performance. You got to provide security. How do you provide security over hundreds of thousands of containers running, possibly in dozens of different environments? You start to think maybe I have to go back to security regimes that I had, maybe in virtualization where I have micro segmentation or even farther back to really provide good layers of security. So in a container world, do I have to give up security? And the answer coming out is no. We can bring forward some really good best practices. They just look a little bit cleaner and better and more scalable. Learn more in this interview with Zohan Kaufman, Co-Founder & VP of RD with Portshift

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