Cyber Armor Expands Opportunities with Red Hat Certified Operator for OpenShift
Cyber Armor, which empowers DevOps teams to seamlessly deploy natively zero-trust workloads across cloud-native and hybrid environments, has now achieved Red Hat Operator certification for OpenShift. The collaboration extends Cyber Armor’s security technology to thousands of Red Hat enterprise customers.
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Cyber Armor cloud workload and data protection streamlines DevOps and security, providing solutions for effortless zero-trust Kubernetes clusters, CI/CD pipeline to runtime workload identity and identity-based cloud data protection. The solution removes the friction between development and security by fitting right into the existing CI/CD tools, assuring every workload going out of the pipeline is continuously verified against attacks and exploits and that only such validated, healthy state, workloads can communicate and access data.
Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes container platform, features full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud and multi-cloud deployments and is optimized to improve developer productivity and promote innovation.
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“A Red Hat Certified Operator for OpenShift helps to lay the groundwork for strengthening security for an IT world built on hybrid and multi-cloud deployments, enabling OpenShift users to add zero-trust based security to their cluster with a click of a button” said Shauli Rozen, Cyber Armor CEO and Co-Founder. “We look forward to years of fruitful collaboration with Red Hat.”
“Certifying operators for OpenShift with innovative companies like Cyber Armor plays an integral role in Red Hat’s overall success,” said Lars Herrmann, senior director, technology partnerships, Red Hat. “We are proud of our part in increasing customer choice by delivering a trusted foundation for our partners’ solutions.”
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