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EP 242: Why Cloud Native, API Centric Apps Require Built-In Security, Lacework

EP 242: Why Cloud Native, API Centric Apps Require Built-In Security, Lacework

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In the traditional datacenter world, security was (or is) very network-centric. Firewalls, IDS, Network Access Control, focus on the aggregation of all traffic traversing in, out, and across the network. Cloud-native applications rely upon different constructs and methods of building applications. It’s not just the software and technology stack that requires different security in the cloud-native era.

We can’t just surround cloud-native applications with security; we must build in security. And to do that requires you understand how container and microservices applications are made using DevOps. You must think about how DevOps works to build in security properly. Enter Lacework, a platform built for DevOps teams to build security into cloud-native applications.

Vikram Kapoor, Lacework Co-Founder and CTO, joins DevOps Chat to explore API-centric applications and infrastructure-as-code. We discuss how to build security into cloud-native applications through the DevOps-based software creation process, and not only rely on runtime security technologies. Vikram also discusses some of the planned uses for the recent $42m round of funding.
In the traditional datacenter world, security was…
In the traditional datacenter world, security was (or is) very network-centric. Firewalls, IDS, Network Access Control, focus on the aggregation of all traffic traversing in, out, and across the network. Cloud-native applications rely upon different constructs and methods of building applications. It’s not just the software and technology stack that requires different security in the cloud-native era.

We can’t just surround cloud-native applications with security; we must build in security. And to do that requires you understand how container and microservices applications are made using DevOps. You must think about how DevOps works to build in security properly. Enter Lacework, a platform built for DevOps teams to build security into cloud-native applications.

Vikram Kapoor, Lacework Co-Founder and CTO, joins DevOps Chat to explore API-centric applications and infrastructure-as-code. We discuss how to build security into cloud-native applications through the DevOps-based software creation process, and not only rely on runtime security technologies. Vikram also discusses some of the planned uses for the recent $42m round of funding.

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Guest(s): Vikram Kapoor
Date: October 23, 2019
Categories: DevOps Chats 2019

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