CloudPassage Migrates Halo to Amazon EKS
September 8, 2020
has migrated the fully-containerized microservices architecture of its
Halo cloud security and compliance platform to the fully-managed
Kubernetes service, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). This
allows Halo to take advantage of the enhanced services from Amazon Web
Services (AWS) for networking, user identity, and automatically scaling
up and down on-demand. By taking advantage of these AWS services,
CloudPassage internal resources can focus on the innovations, new
features, and flexible security policies that benefit customers of the
Halo cloud security and compliance platform the most.
CloudPassage Expands Cloud Security Capabilities for Docker, Kubernetes, and Container-related Services on AWS: A release that announced Halo's automation of configuration security, vulnerability management, log event inspection, threat detection, and compliance monitoring for container environments, including Docker, Kubernetes, Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR), Amazon EKS, and AWS Fargate.
'CloudPassage Granted Patent for Container Security: Earlier this month, CloudPassage announced being granted its eleventh patent. The latest for its approach to automating the security of cloud and containerized workloads (US 10,601,807 B2).