Alcide

2016
Tel Aviv, Israel
May 21, 2020   |  By Gadi Naor
GitOps is a paradigm that puts Git at the heart of building and operating cloud- native applications by using Git as the single source of truth. GitOps empowers developers to perform what used to fall under IT operations. GitOps, as a development pattern, gained a fair share of popularity in recent times as it emphasizes declaratively expressing infrastructure and application configuration within Git repositories GitOps.
May 17, 2020   |  By Karine Regev
Spoiler: we learned about the importance of open source, creating a fantastic community, tech-first vs software that’s not vendor-driven, and more. Welcome to the Kubernetes Breakfast Club, our new vlog series featuring conversations with some of the most inspiring peers and friends from the cloud-native ecosystem. We ask our guests very important questions like what their favorite morning dish is or what keeps them busy outside their work these days.
May 11, 2020   |  By Gadi Naor
Recent security risks associated with Zoom have become one of the big stories during the coronavirus pandemic. But it turns out not only does Zoom have some code to fix up. A recent disclosure made by AT&T’s Alien Labs revealed a vulnerability in the cloud-native messaging service Slack. Slack is a relatively new messaging platform commonly used in workplace communications, and also commonly used as a ChatOps bridge between monitoring systems and operations teams.
May 4, 2020   |  By Alon Berger
Already at the opening of Q2 2020, it is clear that in the race to lead container orchestration, Kubernetes is here to stay, taking its place as the most prevalent open-source system available today for deploying and managing multi-container applications at scale. With the recent surge in the trend towards development of container-based applications, I thought it would be beneficial to discuss the managed Kubernetes services available today and examine what they offer in comparison with each other.
Apr 22, 2020   |  By Natan Yellin
Process whitelisting is a simple concept. In the K8s context, the basic idea is to create a list for each pod of all the processes that the pod is expected to run. Every time a process runs in your cluster you check if it is in the list. If an attacker manages to gain access to your cluster and starts running a malicious process then you can identify it immediately because a new non-whitelisted process is running.
Jan 7, 2020   |  By Alcide
What happens if a service exposes a NodePort? Or if a service Load Balancer is enabled? The rise of Kubernetes brought tons of developers to jump on the Kubernetes bandwagon, and yet, Kubernetes in production is still relatively new to most. Our top ten recommendations come from our real-world experience with configurations that made it to production but shouldn't have.
Dec 19, 2019   |  By Alcide
"44% of respondents are using Kubernetes in production today, compared to 20% in 2018. 53% use Kubernetes to improve application velocity and time-to-market, while 54% are still reluctant to claim they are comfortable running multiple Kubernetes clusters."
Apr 11, 2019   |  By Alcide
There are entire tool ecosystem, methodologies and endless resources to guide companies along their DevOps journey: asset Management, monitoring, and CI/CD integration to name a few. This ebook will take you through the KPIs you should either evaluate or revisit and examine what you should consider when measuring your DevOps success.
Mar 30, 2019   |  By Alcide
The benefits of the hybrid cloud and DevOps are both well known. But what happens when these two models intersect? Often DevOps and Security teams struggle to account for the added complexity introduced by hybrid configurations. But that needn't be so.
Mar 30, 2019   |  By Alcide
In order to help enterprises address cloud security issues effectively, platforms and stacks have emerged to automate, orchestrate, and simplify cloud security processes, providing greater visibility into them across the entire organisation.
Jul 30, 2018   |  By Amazon Web Services
Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) makes it easy to run Kubernetes on AWS. Join AWS and our container ecosystem partners for a deep dive on Amazon EKS and explore solutions that help extend the capabilities of Kubernetes on AWS.
Jun 14, 2018   |  By Microsoft for Startups
Learn more about startup Alcide, a platform designed to bring security to the cloud.