Tech Upgrades that Will Improve Storage Container Security
The KubeCon and CloudNativeCon North America 2018 brought us the latest news in the world of tech for logistics, supply chain and a lot more, including storage container security. (Related topics: portable storage containers,┬ástorage containers)
NeuVector announced their upgraded line of container network security and the release of ContainerD and CRI-O run-time support. In fact, those who attended the conference were invited to learn how customers can use NeuVector and received 1:1 demos that explored the platformÔÇÖs new capabilities and how it works.
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NeuVectorÔÇÖs Cloud Native Computing Foundation incubating project was named ContainerD and is aiming to become the go-to solution within the industry. ContainerD is basically a container run-time designed and developed with the purpose of emphasizing simplicity, robustness, and portability while managing the complete container lifecycle of its host system.
ContainerD allows users to manage the lifecycle of the host system, starting with the image transfer and storage, followed by container execution and supervision, continued by low-level storage, network attachments and more.
NeuVector started testing the ContainerD version on the latest IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service version, since this one uses the ContainerD run-time. On the other hand, CRI-O is an implementation of the Kubernetes container run-time interface enabling OCI compatible run-times. This is also a lightweight alternative to Docker as a run-time for Kubernetes.
The CRI-O is made of different components and includes:
– OCI compatible runtime
– networking (CNI)
– container monitoring (common)
– security provided by several core Linux capabilities
All of this newly added support has helped organizations using ContainerD or CRI-O to deploy NeuVector to secure their container environments.