Certification Helps Drive Application Resiliency and Deployment Agility for Container-Based Workloads on Red Hat Platforms
Portshift, a leader in cloud-native workload protection, today announced that the company has received Red Hat's Container certification. This certification expands availability of Portshift’s workload protection platform across Red Hat’s hybrid cloud portfolio, including Red Hat OpenShift, to help drive more secure and compliant containerized application deployments.
DevOps and security professionals can now benefit from a Red Hat validated workload security solution that complements the Red Hat ecosystem. With the certification, Portshift is bringing its ability to visualize pods and their connections with complete visibility of all workloads and their security context. Red Hat OpenShift customers will be able to use Portshift’s solution at scale for workload authorization based on attributes and security context collected during the CI/CD pipeline cycle and pre-runtime deployment.
This certification helps Portshift address the DevSecOps gap between CI/CD planning and runtime. Optimizing Portshift’s platform for Red Hat technologies helps to empower high velocity operations while adding additional safeguards to the DevOps pipeline via the detection of unauthorized software actions in runtime, adding an important layer of security for Kubernetes deployments at scale.
“As a Red Hat partner with Red Hat container certification, Portshift is able to provide an extended cloud-native security platform across Red Hat’s portfolio of hybrid cloud technologies, including Red Hat OpenShift,” said Mike Werner, senior director, Global Technology Partners, Red Hat. “We are pleased to work with Portshift as their platform complements Red Hat’s existing approach to layered cloud-native security and helps to extend the inherent security capabilities already present in Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.”
"Having Portshift’s information-rich view of containers in real-time will be exceedingly important in 2020 as more determined hackers continue their efforts to attack earlier in the development process in order to exploit vulnerabilities before they are addressed by DevSecOps," said Ran Ilany, CEO and co-founder, Portshift. "Development and operations professionals using Portshift will find that our advanced workload protection platform is very effective at providing runtime security without impacting operations."
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Portshift is an identity-based cloud workload protection platform that secures applications from CI/CD to runtime. Portshift enables organizations to know which applications are running on their cloud environments, to see and enforce how the applications communicate and to easily find information that is associated with their development and deployment cycles enabling DevOps teams to orchestrate security as part of their day-to-day job. Portshift's unique model introduces a security framework that is decoupled from network and operations, allowing for accelerated software delivery at any scale. Portshift was spun out of think tank and company-builder Team8. For more information, visit infoportshift.io.