Containers and Kubernetes adoption are gaining incredible momentum in enterprise organizations. Gartner estimates that 75% of organizations will be running containerized applications by 2022.
However, there are many challenges to moving containerized applications to internet-facing environments while maintaining security:
Firewalls are necessary but cannot protect Kubernetes pods that keep changing IP addresses
Security processes are designed for and rely on a zone-based architecture, but Kubernetes doesn’t fit in that architecture
Kubernetes Network Policies are a new concept for network and security teams to learn, but they are stretched too thin and have no time to invest in learning them
These problems would go away if the security team’s existing tools and processes worked for Kubernetes.
Watch this on-demand webinar recorded on Oct 10, 2019 to learn how Tigera is the first and only Kubernetes security solution to integrate with the security team’s firewall manager to implement their security controls in Kubernetes. The presentation includes a live demo using Tigera Secure and a popular firewall manager