Portshift Moves to Secure Microservices

Source:-containerjournal.com Portshift this week added a Policy Advisor control interface that enables organizations to identify the most efficient and secure connections that can be made between microservices based on containers. Zohar Kaufman, vice president of research and development for Portshift, says the extension to a platform that enables organizations to create a zero-trust application environment by assigning identities to applications also makes the Portshift Cloud Workload Protection Platform applicable to emerging cloud-native applications. Any communication between microservices that is not specifically allowed

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Chef extends DevOps deeper into Kubernetes multiclouds

Source –¬†siliconangle.com DevOps is a pipeline¬†for rapidly deploying¬†changes to infrastructure and application components. It also involves continuous verification of application compliance with relevant policies and mandates. Speed is the essence of DevOps success, as long as application quality and compliance are not compromised. Unfortunately, most DevOps professionals spend far too long getting their apps released into production. According to a recent survey conducted by longtime DevOps solution provider¬†Chef Software, almost three-quarters of DevOps professionals¬†regard¬†‚Äútime from code to production‚Ä̬†and ‚Äútime from

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