Leverage container metadata from build processes and component validation.
Automate build processes from specified, known-good components to remove friction.
Make intent-based decisions to authorize, block or quarantine access based on a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).
Rebuild containers with the latest updates automatically, without interrupting development teams.
With risk-prioritized vulnerability assessment, patch critical vulnerabilities first and shift focus to higher value activities.
Streamline operational tasks—like cluster provisioning and access management—and increase efficiency of operating multiple clusters.
DevSecOps is DevOps with security included throughout the software lifecycle, enabling teams to deliver secure, high-quality software fast. For modern apps, it ensures the contents of the containers and their distributed interactions in production are secure.
DevOps is a set of software delivery practices instrumented through automation that remove manual steps and handoffs from development to operations, streamlining the path to production. With DevSecOps, security is baked into how software is developed, tested, built, deployed, and run—removing delivery obstacles and mitigating risks.
DevSecOps helps align development, operations, and security professionals on the goal of speedy software delivery while enhancing an organization’s security posture. With modern apps, automation is required to effectively integrate security throughout the container lifecycle while maintaining velocity.
Developers deliver containerized software at varied release cadences and use pre-packaged open source containers from various repositories, which can lead to potential security risk. One of the most important DevSecOps practices you can undertake for Kubernetes is to create policies requiring that only approved software can run in production and enforcing those policies in an automated, transparent way.
DevSecOps automates delivery of secure software and ensures that apps can be performant and secure at scale when running in production. Modern apps require reliable, secure connectivity and the ability to scale quickly without disruption. A service mesh can provide app-level security controls, like traffic encryption and authorization policies, while enabling load balancing and autoscaling.
Go beyond Kubernetes with capabilities to embrace DevSecOps patterns. Simplify how developers build apps and operators deliver apps to production with integrated observability, networking and security.
Enhance security posture across all phases of the workload lifecycle, including developing new virtualized apps, automatically scaling and growing existing apps, and monitoring long-running workloads.