Secure Your Container Supply Chain

Attacks on container supply chains are on the rise, but how ready is your organization to address potential threats? Build, maintain and fortify your container supply chain with Rancher.

Key Considerations for Securing Containers and Kubernetes Environments

A secure container supply chain enables organizations to build, iterate and scale applications rapidly while minimizing risk. Yet building that security strategy is not an easy feat, requiring a holistic approach encompassing technology, processes and people. In this eBook, we discuss:

  • The complex challenges inherent in modern software pipeline
  • The 3 critical areas to address when building your container supply chain security strategy
  • How to choose the right technologies and technology partners to ensure success
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Deciphering Container Complexity from Operations to Security

Kubernetes has driven seismic influence across the rapidly changing cloud native ecosystem. As adoption grows, and new features and tools emerge, so does the complexity of management and security. The key to building a sustainable, resilient Kubernetes supply chain is by striking the right balance between technology, processes and people. 

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Case Study

TrueLayer Spearheads the Open Banking Revolution with Kubernetes and Rancher Prime

TrueLayer, a pioneer in open banking and Europe’s leading provider, experienced a 40% reduction in cluster maintenance time, freed their developers of tedious, manual processes and accelerated update cycles after deploying Rancher Prime.


Best Practices for Securing Kubernetes Environments

Learn how to avoid security missteps and misconfigurations that leave your organization vulnerable to attacks by implementing these effective security practices.   

Alison Johnston, CTO of Cardano

“Everyone’s done the ‘hello world’ foray into containers, but when it actually comes to production and release, it’s a different beast. Rancher Prime is a really nice solution that fills all the gaps that you discover when deploying containers to production.”