Ask most DevOps engineers about the benefits of containers and microservices, and their responses will center on the agility, modularity and scalability that microservices-based architectures provide.
But there is another crucial and oft-overlooked advantage of migrating to containers and microservices: Security. Containers offer a number of opportunities for building and deploying more secure applications and environments. Read on.
Businesses in today’s digital economy must provide engaging customer experiences and superior customer service to stay relevant. To support the business, IT needs to accelerate the development and delivery of applications, and are moving towards automation to achieve IT agility. Learn more.
Read this white paper to learn four crucial tips to help you plan for and handle the maintenance of your software toward the end of the development life cycle. Learn more.
This guide, as part of the Twistlock Container Security How-To Guides series, describes the concrete steps that you can follow to configure a Linux host to run Docker containers securely. Learn more.
For organizations using containerized environments to handle ePHI, ensuring HIPAA compliance without sacrificing the benefits of containers can be a challenge. Twistlock's Guide to HIPAA Compliance for Containers outlines clear steps to design and operate a fully-compliant containerized environment. Learn more.
With the prevalence of electronic payments, nearly every organization is impacted by Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) requirements. However, there’s very little guidance on how to run containers in a manner that’s compliant with these requirements. The Twistlock Guide to PCI Compliance for Containers breaks down the PCI DSS requirements section by section and provides clear instructions on how to design and operate a containerized environment in a compliant manner. Learn more.
This whitepaper explains how to overcome challenges presented by database change management. By extending DevOps practices to the database, you gain consistency across applications and databases while increasing team efficiencies. Read more.
This paper delves deeply into each core requirement and provides a comparison of leading NoSQL databases against the eight core requirements.
How do the latest releases of two leading NoSQL databases compare on both read/write and query performance? The emerging technologies thought leader Avalon Consulting, LLC benchmarked MongoDB 3.2 and Couchbase Server 4.5 to find out.
Caching frequently used data in memory can dramatically improve application response times, typically by orders of magnitude. Get your “High Performance Distributed Caching” guide to learn more.