Thinking that you managed to escape security? Guess again.
In this post, I will focus on containers with Azure Kubernetes in mind but these examples apply to all the worlds out there -EKS, GKE, and on-premises.
Containers gained popularity because they made publishing and updating applications a straightforward process. You can go from build to release very fast with little overhead, whether it’s the cloud or on-premises, but there’s still more to do.
The adoption of containers in recent years has skyrocketed in such a way that we see enterprises in banking, public sector, and health looking into or are already deploying containers. The main difference here would be that these companies have a more extensive list of security requirements and they need to be applied to everything. Containers included.CONTINUE READING