CoreStack, a global cloud governance provider that enables continuous and autonomous cloud governance at scale, has signed a strategic partnership with Nirmata, a software solutions provider for policy-based security and automation of production Kubernetes workloads and clusters. Nirmata is also creator of Kyverno, a policy engine designed for Kubernetes.
The CoreStack platform offers comprehensive SecOps, FinOps, and CloudOps solutions, as well as a well-designed architecture for multi-cloud governance. This agreement would allow and enhance CoreStack’s SecOps to provide autonomous security and compliance control of Kubernetes resources.
Clients may use CoreStack’s SecOps solution to accomplish security, compliance, improve cloud operational efficiency, and save costs. The tool allows businesses to self-manage security operations and maintain continual cloud compliance with changing regulatory and industry requirements.
“In today’s cloud-first world, governing security operations proactively and autonomously is of paramount importance to build a secure, compliant, and resilient cloud,” said Parul Chheda, Vice President of Strategic Alliances at CoreStack. “We are thrilled to partner with Nirmata to extend our robust SecOps offering to autonomously govern security and compliance for Kubernetes containers.”
The Nirmata Kubernetes Policy Manager uses policy-as-code, admission controls, and runtime best practices to ensure continuous compliance. Nirmata enables Kubernetes DevSecOps teams to ensure the security, compliance, and operational readiness of their Kubernetes workloads and clusters by automating the creation, deployment, and lifecycle management of policy-based Intelligent Guardrails. Organizations can gain insights, alerts, and reports, as well as enable effective collaboration across development and operations teams, by automating the creation, deployment, and lifecycle management of policy-based Intelligent Guardrails.
This strategic relationship would enable organizations to:
- Gain access into multi-account inventory and compliance status of all cloud resources, including Kubernetes, and receive an accurate and uniform picture of the full multi-cloud.
- Using its unified policy engine, quickly discover threats, continually review vulnerabilities, and acquire real-time cloud security posture.
- Secure Policy Enforcement reduces the attack surface. Customers can secure and regulate Kubernetes workloads and clusters in addition to other cloud resources by quickly identifying and resolving problematic settings.
- Using Policy Administration, operationalize the DevSecOps process. With automation and connections that provide policy lifecycle alerts and provide insights from reports, DevSecOps teams can communicate more effectively.
- Accelerate and achieve cloud-native agility by allowing developers to produce releases quicker while maintaining security and compliance. Developers may be freed from the friction that restricts experimentation and reduces productivity using curated and crowdsourced Policy Sets for Kubernetes.
“Businesses are challenged with application reliability, security, and efficiency. DevSecOps teams need to gain visibility into Kubernetes clusters and implement necessary guardrails as the organization scales,” said Ritesh Patel, Co-Founder and Vice President of Products at Nirmata. “We have partnered with CoreStack to leverage their next-gen SecOps solution to address this at scale, given the complexity of cloud-native environments.”