Building and Securing Kubernetes Native Products: The Pure Storage Product Security Journey

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This post was co-authored by Dr. Ratinder Paul Singh Ahuja, CTO for Security and Networking, and Rajan Yadav, Director of Engineering, CNBU (Portworx), Pure Storage. Dr. Ahuja is a renowned name in the field of security and networking

With the demand for digital transformation increasing, enterprises rely on solution providers to not only deliver high-quality software and services but also for those solutions to be secure and compliant in the regions the enterprises operate. Every enterprise we have spoken to wants “an iPhone-like experience,” where the solution provider guarantees that running the software in their data center or in the cloud will not require deployment of any additional guardrails on top of the software they buy. 

Simply put, enterprise customers want comprehensive and mature security products that let them focus on their own use cases rather than patching solutions for security holes and vulnerabilities. 

So, how can providers meet this demand?

Shifting Architectures from Monoliths to Service Meshes

To achieve this goal, providers must follow mature security practices for building and shipping software to enterprise customers. For agility and speed, many are shifting their IT architectures, adopting containers and service meshes over traditional, monolithic infrastructures. 

Only, they’re running into a

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