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Since the introduction of containers, DevOps has been pursuing the benefits: speed, agility, and portability. The promise of containers is what businesses were leveraging to accelerate their transformation into digital businesses. Or so we thought…
When there’s no host operating system to run security tools on, you need a new perspective on how to protect your applications and data.
Matt Alderman of Layered Insight argues that AWS’ Fargate could help reduce the costs and complexities of dealing with container management.
You can take advantage of the development and operational benefits of Fargate and move to a serverless infrastructure, but don’t sacrifice security. Find a container-native security solution that will still work effectively in a serverless environment.
Former Chief Architect of Cloud for Visa and Oracle, Janga Aliminati, joins Layered Insight as Head of Platform Engineering
“The ultimate solution is embedding security within the container runtime. By making security part of the container runtime, organizations can accelerate the deployment of containers in production by removing the friction of security.”
Layered Insight Interview with John Kinsella and Matt Alderman on Paul’s Security Weekly, Episode #563, June 9, 2018.
In the podcast, Matt talks about the realities of trying to retrofit security and points out that initial attempts at container security attempt to apply old security models to a new technology, and it simply doesn’t work—which is why Layered Insight takes a container native approach of embedding security within the containers themselves.
“The next wave of security is all about protecting applications, users, and data,” says Matt Alderman, Chief Strategy & Marketing Officer at Layered Insight. “Our focus is protecting the application, which means protecting containers at runtime…”