So, what lies ahead? Let’s turn over our virtual coffee cups and read the coffee grounds. …. report also shows that as many as 60% of all hacker attacks are using a compromised web application to gain unauthorized access or steal data.
There is an update in the Wallarm Console, which presents a brand new dashboard that can’t be missed. There are three significant changes that are worth mentioning: New structure. The dashboard has a new, clear structure emphasizing multiple modules of the Wallarm Platform — WAF, Scanner, FAST. The WAF section includes data on the normal traffic against malicious hits. The Scanner section gives a quick overview of the security issues identified by the scanner modules. The…
Wallarm can protect North-South API in the applications that use Envoy as an alternative Ingress controller at the front end of a Kubernetes cluster. Wallarm can also protect edge traffic and also East-West Envoy API for Service-Mesh and Istio.
Andrew Jenkins of Aspen Mesh identifies three deployment options with regards to how a Service Mesh delivers its services:
- As a sidecar that runs alongside your microservice container
- As a library that can be built into each of the microservices
- As an agent that sit in the container infrastructure and provide the service to all the containers on that node
The real cost of a security breach to your business is larger than many imagine. On the surface there is incredible expensive to recovering from breaches. What is often also at risk is the inestimable damage to company morale, brand reputation, and operations.
Cut through the fluff and get to the heart of which DevOps trends are worth hitching your wagon (or budget) to in the coming years—and which should be marked with a hazard warning. From containers to chaos engineering, here are the DevOps trends to trash and the ones you’ll want to go fanboy on.”