GuardiCore Centra Security Platform Reduces Compliance Risks, Enforces Security Policies Within Containerized Applications and Workloads
Containers and orchestration systems use numerous technical abstractions to support auto-scaling and distributed applications that obfuscate visibility into application communication flows. Security teams lose visibility into application communication flows, rendering traditional tools useless and exposing the application to risk.
Process-Level Visibility Between Containers Delivers More Granular Application Security Monitoring and Troubleshooting for “Dockerized” Applications
DockerCon Europe 2015, Barcelona, Spain – GuardiCore, a leader in internal data center security, today announced that it has expanded support for the Docker open platform for building, shipping and running distributed applications. In addition to providing advanced breach detection and response for “Dockerized” applications, GuardiCore has extended its support for Docker environments to deliver process-level visibility between any two containers, allowing security and devops teams to effectively secure, monitor, maintain and troubleshoot applications in a very granular manner. GuardiCore will be demonstrating its Docker support at Dockercon in the New Innovators Showcase. Read more
So, VMworld Europe just concluded last week and certainly there was a lot to talk about, from hybrid clouds, VMware’s acquisition of Boxer, Dell’s acquisition of EMC and how this affects VMware (it doesn’t according to Dell CEO Michael Dell), VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger’s keynote where he highlighted the five imperatives of the digital business and also called out of some enterprises for lack of agility (“Elephants must learn to dance”) and of course, security, which seemed to be integrated into almost every topic at the event.