Demystifying Containers for a Better DevOps Experience
Forbes writes: “Twistlock offers Docker users container security for organizations both large and small, each with its own benefits. It provides a free Developer’s Edition to smaller DevOps teams, whilst its enterprise offering is built to handle the stringent security requirements found in many enterprise settings. With features such as run-time defense, vulnerability management, and smart policies, Twistlock is a strong choice for securing one’s containers.”
Docker, Twistlock, CoreOS, and the State of Container Security
Infoworld writes: “Twistlock was created to scan containers for known problems by checking the software inside against the CVE database. In addition, it checks the environment around the container. Google Cloud Platform now offers Twistlock for containers hosted there or stored in its container registry”
“Google has also partnered with TwistLock to bring that company’s container security services to its platform. Using this service, Container Registry users on Google’s Cloud Platform can now set up policies for who can access containers, for example.” Techcrunch writes.
Betanews writes: Twistlock’s “Integration with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) provides container image scanning, access control functions, and the ability to enforce runtime security policies to protect containerized applications running on GCP.”
Read The New Stack’s feature story on Twistlock. “As container platforms like Docker, Kubernetes, Mesos, Diego and Garden all continue to evolve, the need for clearly defined software policies that are universal in scope is crucial…Twistlock is one of those companies on the cutting edge of container security, and it’s getting noticed; … “