Aqua Security Advances Container Security

Aqua Security today updated its container security platform to add support for Kubernetes and the ability for developers to embed security controls directly in a container image. In addition to support for Kubernetes in the core Aqua container security platform, the latest version includes MicroEnforcer capability, which eliminates the need for a separate sidecar instance of a container to enforce security policies. Rani Osnat, vice president of product marketing for Aqua Security, says that deploying a container sidecar remains a perfectly viable approachits generally better from a container overhead perspective to minimize the number of containers required. At the same time, not every developer is comfortable creating and implementing security policies. In those cases, a security policy enforced by a container and added to the application may be preferable. Aqua Security is now allowing organizations to manage both approaches from a central console.

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