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Palo Alto Networks acquired Aporeto in December 2019.

Improving Kubernetes security

Aporeto, now a part of Prisma Cloud, strengthens security and simplifies operations for enterprises with cloud-native and legacy applications in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The company set out to help customers avoid the pitfalls of traditional security practices as they migrate legacy and cloud-native workloads to hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures. They chose to build InfluxDB into their solution since it met their metrics database criteria and had a unique set of properties that could be leveraged for the Aporeto solution. Using InfluxDB, Aporeto delivers improved security for Kubernetes and other cloud environments and real-time visibility into security metrics and events.

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InfluxDB is absolutely central to the Aporeto solution…It gives us the awesome performance profile that’s required for the huge-scale environments that our customers are putting us to use in, and the complexity is very low.

Don Chouinard, Product Marketing Lead, Aporeto

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Securing cloud-native workloads

Aporeto, now a part of Prisma Cloud, is a Kubernetes network plugin that enforces the security policies specified by Kubernetes NetworkPolicy resources in a scalable way. The plugin goes further to extend and strengthen the security of Kubernetes workloads with:

  • Automatically generated trusted identities for workloads
  • Automated creation of editable security policies,
  • Distributed enforcement for scalability
  • Security policies that request AES-256 encryption
  • Real-time and historical visibility of security
  • Alerts for anomalous behaviors
  • Decreased complexity for DevSecOps whose applications can span Kubernetes and non-Kubernetes hybrid or multi-cloud environments
InfluxDB monitors and records Aporeto's time-stamped security events
InfluxDB monitors and records Aporeto's time-stamped security events
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