Network security configuration can be error-prone, time-consuming, and add operational overhead to manage and enforce multiple clusters. In addition, without the necessary security policy and enforcement, Kubernetes infrastructure network traffic is open to lateral movement, including ingress/egress and pod connectivity.
Read this data sheet to learn how Rafay’s Network Policy Manager provides:
Centralized Network Policy Enforcement: Zero-trust segmentation, rules configuration, consistent policy for inter-pod network connectivity, namespace isolation, and cluster-wide policies
Automated Deployment: Network Policy Profiles and Rafay Cluster Blueprinting enable automated network security deployment, consistent delivery, and standards enforcement for large scale across any cluster type or cloud provider
Built-in Dashboards: Visualization of real-time and historical traffic flows across your Kubernetes infrastructure with added granular access controls for developer self-service