The short-lived but accessible nature of containers makes them difficult to identify and track, while also making them easy to mistakenly put on untrusted network segments.
for faster troubleshooting. Easily identify vulnerabilities with precise visibility of each container and port.
Using containers at scale with tools traditionally used only by DevOps teams creates roadblocks and performance delays.
It dynamically learns about containers and distribute addresses throughout the network to ensure predictable performance.
Traditional network architectures and manual deployment methods aren’t suited for the fleeting nature of containers and microservices.
by unifying the stack with one language, the same tooling and cohesive reporting — the entire network becomes easier to manage.