“There’s a very basic understanding of cloud native needed at that level,” adds Liz Rice, Technology Evangelist at Aqua Security. “They don’t need a huge level of technical knowledge, we just need to get the terminology and awareness into the boardroom,” she notes.
The same goes for containers and containerization orchestration and automation tools like Kubernetes, Amazon ECS, and Docker Swarm. And while some people have previously debated whether serverless technology would take over containerization momentum, the truth is they’re actually complementary, says Rani Osnat, vice president of product marketing at Aqua Security.
As part of our continuing commitment to open standards and supporting a broad and varied ecosystem, we are pleased to announce that Aqua Security has extended its container security platform to support Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). You can now deploy the Aqua runtime security solution on OKE with full Aqua support.
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Security is still a consistent risk, according to Andy Feit, an executive at Boston-based Aqua Security, where Rice is a technology evangelist. “The reason for that is the cloud-native movement often stands on the shoulders of others,”
The Aqua Container Security Platform can be deployed on-premises or in a customer’s private or public cloud environment. The platform components are containerized and are easy to deploy using orchestrators, Helm charts, etc. Additionally, Aqua offers two cloud-based consumption options. Pay-per-scan on AWS Marketplace provides image scanning on a pay-per-scan basis, which can be used […]