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This is the last installment in our four-part OpenShift security blog series. Don’t forget to check out our previous blog posts in the series: Part 1 - OpenShift security best practices for designing clusters Part 2 - OpenShift networking and cluster access best practices Part 3 - OpenShift runtime security best practices Read this blog post to learn about security best practices when building container images in Red Hat OpenShift environments.
This is part three of our four-part OpenShift security blog series. Don’t forget to check out our previous blog posts in the series: Part 1 - OpenShift security best practices for designing clusters Part 2 - OpenShift networking and cluster access best practices Adhering to best practices for running your workloads in OpenShift is critical to keeping the cluster and all its workloads safe. While Kubernetes provides several capabilities that can help protect your workloads, it’s up to you to use them to safeguard your cloud-native applications.
This blog post is part two of a four-part blog series where we discuss various OpenShift security best practices for Designing secure clusters Securing the network and cluster access (topic of this blog) Building secure images (future blog) Protecting workloads at runtime (future blog) OpenShift Networking Best Practices for Security The concept of zero-trust security has emerged to address the new security challenges of cloud-native architecture. These challenges include:
Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) is a Kubernetes platform for operationalizing container workloads remotely or as a hosted service. OpenShift enables consistent security, built-in monitoring, centralized policy management, and compatibility with Kubernetes workloads. The rapid adoption of open source projects can introduce vulnerabilities in standard Kubernetes Environments. OCP supports these projects internally, allowing users to gain open source advantages with a managed product’s stability and security. OpenShift offerings include five managed and two hosted options.