Securing the existing Enterprise network between Virtual Machines and Containers with Aporeto(23 Oct 2019)
While organizations refactor their applications and containerize new components, not all components of the application may make it into the container platform. These new components often need to connect to other non-containerized systems (such as databases) and require the same (or higher) security controls and network visibility. This blog identifies how to layer the zero-trust network solution provided by Aporeto on top of existing Enterprise networks and adding additional security layers without replacing existing infrastructure or processes.
Simple by design; Automating per-namespace isolation with Aporeto and OpenShift(14 Aug 2019)
A zero trust network security policy has the capability to describe network communication at a very fine level of detail, which will also drastically increase the quantity of policy information generated. Managing and maintaining that level of detail can quickly become overwhelming. Aporeto's grouping and labeling of objects, as well as its ability to leverage OpenShift labels as grouping identifiers, allows policies that can encompass a fine level of detail and still be human readable.
Meta Networks - Cloud-Based, Zero-Trust Networking Meetup(10 Dec 2018)
Highlights from the Arctiq and Meta Networks event on November 13th 2018 on Meta's Software-Defined Perimeter and live technical demos!
Self-Healing Network Automation(27 Jul 2018)
Once the deployment and maintenance of your network is automated and version controlled, the next step is to build logic in the software stack that can recognize change and failures...
Welcoming Change(09 Mar 2018)
Hard to believe it has been 3 months on-board the fast-moving, exciting adventure that is Arctiq...
Access Anywhere: Seamless and Secure Cloud Based Networking(06 Jan 2018)
If you have been in the industry for any length of time, you've used your share of Virtual Private Networks (VPN's), battled with client profile configuration, updates and of course multi-vendor client or driver interoperability issues. Connectivity needs to be seamless and available anywhere with the same user experience and predictable performance. Find out about a new offering from our friends at Meta Networks that does just this with a globally available overlay leveraging a centralized policy enforcement engine.