OpenShift® delivers a modern, scalable approach to securing the entire application platform stack, from operating system to container to application.
Control the trusted sources of content, testing, and deployments.
Defend applications from attacks and vulnerabilities in all layers of the platform.
Enable and extend secure services through standard interfaces and APIs.
Defense-in-depth and secure software supply chain
Managing security is a continuous process. As applications are deployed or updated, it’s critical to provide dynamic security controls to keep the business safe. OpenShift enables a secure software supply chain which ensures that applications are secure, without reducing developer productivity. Red Hat allows businesses to control, defend, and extend their application platform throughout the application lifecycle.
*Red Hat client data and Fortune 500 list, June 2017
Container host and platform multitenancy: Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® manages multitenancy of the container runtime: Using Linux namespaces, SELinux, CGroups, and Secure Computing Mode (seccomp) to isolate and protect containers.
Trusted content sources: With over 70% of public application content having a security vulnerability, it’s critical to work with trusted sources. Red Hat Container Catalog delivers validated application content from Red Hat Middleware and certified ISV partners.
Securing the container registry: Registries play a critical role in the secure software supply-chain, frequently interacting across the application lifecycle. OpenShift provides an integrated container registry that allows applications to be scanned for vulnerability and cryptographically signed for trusted identification.
Securing the build pipeline: The Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipeline is at the core of a secure software supply chain. OpenShift integrates tightly with Jenkins and other standard CI/CD tools to manage builds, code inspection, and validation. OpenShift S2I allows for secure application builds directly on the platform.
Managing secure container deployments: By default, OpenShift prevents containers from running as root. In addition, OpenShift enables granular deployment policies that allow operations, security, and compliance teams to enforce quotas, isolation, and access protections.
Managing the secure container application platform: From Authentication to Authorization to Secrets Management, OpenShift integrates secure operational capabilities to ensure trust between users, applications, and security policies.
Secure container application platform on any cloud: OpenShift can be securely deployed across any cloud platform, including Bare-Metal, Virtualization, VMware, OpenStack, AWS, Azure, and GCP.
Defend the network: OpenShift provides secure multitenant networking. Applications are isolated and traffic is encrypted within the platform.
Secure the data: OpenShift provides access and integration to the broadest range of storage platforms and protocols, allowing applications to store and encrypt application data.
Managing secure API endpoints and gateways: OpenShift integrates 3scale API Management platform to authenticate, secure, and rate-limit API access to applications and services.
We can support peaks and high volumes of customers on the system–and grow—without drama. It’s a worry-free approach where everything works as expected, and we can monitor it all.