Kubernetes offers many benefits, including the ability to bring development teams closer to the infrastructure that runs their code.

Unfortunately, many companies don’t realize this benefit, and we frequently see that development environments and workflows are left untouched during a company’s transition to Kubernetes.

When you plan your Kubernetes implementation, security requires extra attention.

Unfortunately, Kuberntes’s vanilla installations—both self-hosted or managed, like AWS EKS—don’t include all Kubernetes security best practices by default.

We have assembled a list of the most common concerns our clients have had, and for each concern, we suggest solutions for protecting your production workload.

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