You’ll be moving to the cloud, possibly to a non-containerized bare-metal environment, but most likely you’re transforming from a monolithic architecture and applications to microservices and/or containers. You’re familiar with endpoint security tools, but not only are they ineffective, they generally won’t work in the cloud or in production.
The Capsule8 Difference
Public Cloud Deployment Protection
Whether you’re deploying to bare-metal, containerized, single or multi-cloud, or a combination of these, Capsule8 Protect provides unparalleled protection of your production environment with run-time protection at scale, automated disruption, policy enforcement, compliance. Azure support is coming soon.
Capsule8 integrates with the GCP S3 bucket, Lambda and Google Security Command Center for centralized alert management, materially enhancing security visibility.
Capsule8 can be installed via a Helm chart to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) for a one-command installation. For Google Kubernetes Engine users that do not use Helm, Kubernetes manifests are provided for manual customization and installation.
Search No Further: Capsule8 Supports Google Cloud Security Command Center with Security Partner Integration
Today is another big day for Capsule8. We officially announced that we are included as a Security Partner Integration within the newly launched Google Cloud Security Command Center (Cloud SCC).
Organizations are evolving and modernizing their production environments with technologies like cloud, microservices and containers, and are more often mixed with both cloud and on-premises infrastructure and applications. This creates