StackRox on security for Google Anthos

StackRox on security for Google Anthos

Today we shared the news that StackRox supports the Anthos platform (download joint solution brief), extending the reach of our hybrid and multicloud security approach. Anthos and the StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform share a lot of common principles in delivering consistency across different environments – enabling both the infrastructure itself ... Read More
Guide to Kubernetes Egress Network Policies

Guide to Kubernetes Egress Network Policies

A few months ago, we published a guide to setting up Kubernetes network policies, which focused exclusively on ingress network policies. This follow-up post explains how to enhance your network policies to also control allowed egress. A Brief Recap: What are Network Policies? Network policies are used in Kubernetes to ... Read More
Kubernetes Networking Demystified - A Brief Guide

Kubernetes Networking Demystified – A Brief Guide

Kubernetes cluster networking can be more than a bit confusing, even for engineers with hands-on experience working with virtual networks and request routing. In this post, we will present an introduction into the complexities of Kubernetes networking by following the journey of an HTTP request to a service running on ... Read More
Top 5 Kubernetes Vulnerabilities of 2019 - the Year in Review

Top 5 Kubernetes Vulnerabilities of 2019 – the Year in Review

As 2018 was coming to a close, and the blistering pace of Kubernetes adoption showed no signs of slowing, the first major Kubernetes security vulnerability was discovered in the container orchestrator (CVE-2018-1002105), with a criticality score of 9.8. The vulnerability enabled attackers to compromise clusters via the Kubernetes API server ... Read More
What’s New in Kubernetes 1.17: A Deeper Look at New Features

What’s New in Kubernetes 1.17: A Deeper Look at New Features

The release of Kubernetes 1.17 introduces several powerful new features and sees others maturing toward or into general availability. This recap provides a rundown of some of the most notable changes, which include: major improvements in cluster network and routing controls and scalability; new capabilities in cluster storage, pod scheduling ... Read More
How to Make Istio Work with Your Apps

How to Make Istio Work with Your Apps

This post is a companion to the talk I gave at Cloud Native Rejekts NA ’19 in San Diego on how to work around common issues when deploying applications with the Istio service mesh in a Kubernetes cluster. The Istio Service Mesh The rise of microservices, powered by Kubernetes, brings ... Read More
What’s New in Istio 1.4?

What’s New in Istio 1.4?

The Istio working group just released Istio 1.4.0 ahead of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America in San Diego this week. This post summarizes how this latest version continues the project’s recent focus on improving the operability and performance of Istio for production users. Highlights Continued work on performance improvements with ... Read More
StackRox + PagerDuty – Know about Your Kubernetes Security Issues, Now

StackRox + PagerDuty – Know about Your Kubernetes Security Issues, Now

StackRox has pioneered Kubernetes-native container security, bringing rich context and infrastructure-native enforcement to protecting Kubernetes and containers across build, deploy, and runtime. We recognize the importance of getting critical alerts about this cloud-native stack to the right team, at the right moment – by integrating with PagerDuty, we broadened the ... Read More
StackRox – Unique Innovations for Hardening Kubernetes

StackRox – Unique Innovations for Hardening Kubernetes

Just in time for KubeCon next week, we’re announcing today the 3.0 version of our StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform. We’re really proud of the industry-first capabilities we’re introducing with this upgrade, enabling our customers to better harden their Kubernetes and container environments. Every time we build new functionality into our ... Read More
SOC 2 Compliance in Container and Kubernetes Environments

SOC 2 Compliance in Container and Kubernetes Environments

SOC (System and Organization Controls) 2 is a set of compliance requirements that applies to companies that store, process, or transmit customer data. A broad range of companies, including SaaS providers, may need to comply with SOC 2 to be competitive in the market and keep customer data secure. Public ... Read More