Fairwinds Launches Insights 3.0 to Improve DevSecOps With Enhanced Kubernetes Resource Monitoring, Automation Rules and OPA Policy UI

Fairwinds today announced Fairwinds Insights 3.0, the company’s platform for continuous Kubernetes security monitoring and governance. Fairwinds Insights bridges the gap between security, development and operations teams and covers the entire development/deployment lifecycle by helping users visualize, navigate and triage security, efficiency and reliability data from within their Kubernetes clusters.
“We’ve consistently focused on improving DevSecOps by giving developers visibility into their Kubernetes clusters so they can ensure accurate configurations, prioritize security into the development process and create cost and time efficiency savings,” said Bill Ledingham, CEO at Fairwinds. “Insights generates a lot of critical data and, with version 3.0, we’ve focused on giving users the tools they need to interpret and action that data.”
New functionality in Fairwinds Insights 3.0 includes:
To learn more about how Fairwinds Insights 3.0 improves security, reduces costs, saves time and improves reliability, visit https://www.fairwinds.com/insights.
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Fairwinds provides software and managed services to help companies ship cloud native applications faster, more cost-effectively and with less risk. With years of experience and thousands of customer production deployments, Fairwinds enables companies to confidently run containerized applications on production-grade Kubernetes infrastructure at scale. Offerings include Fairwinds Insights – software for automating, monitoring and enforcing Kubernetes best practices for security, reliability and resource optimization – and ClusterOps – a managed service that deploys and manages Kubernetes infrastructure 24×7 for customers. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and provides a fully remote and distributed work environment. For more information, visit www.fairwinds.com, read our blog or follow @FairwindsOps on Twitter.
Source: Fairwinds