The NeuVector Container Security Platform is now available in the IBM Cloud catalog for IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service clusters.

Today, we are pleased to announce the general availability of the NeuVector Container Security Platform in the IBM Cloud catalog. NeuVector can be provisioned in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service clusters by using an IBM Cloud Pay-As-You-Go or Subscription account, and it includes integrated billing for which charges incur on an hourly basis.

NeuVector Container Security Platform

NeuVector delivers uncompromising end-to-end security for modern container infrastructures. NeuVector offers a cloud-native Kubernetes security platform with end-to-end vulnerability management, automated CI/CD pipeline security and complete run-time security, including the industry’s only container firewall to block zero days and other threats. DevOps, DevSecOps and Security teams have the tools and protection they need to secure the entire container pipeline — from Build to Ship to Run — automatically.

NeuVector and IBM Cloud

The NeuVector Kubernetes Container Security Platform is integrated with IBM Cloud to provide a smooth onboarding experience to deploy and manage NeuVector for IBM Cloud customers. The integration supports automated usage-based billing to the accounts of IBM Cloud customers for their usage of the NeuVector software. It also supports automated free trials, subscription initiation and authentication to pull the NeuVector containers for deployment on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service clusters.

The NeuVector solution deploys as containers in minutes on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service clusters using a Helm chart or simple kubectl commands. Once deployed, NeuVector can be configured to scan images, enforce admission control rules, run CIS benchmarks and protect containers from attacks like zero-day attacks, vulnerability exploits, malware and insider attacks.

Basic steps to try NeuVector

Get started

For more information and to preview the detailed NeuVector deployment instructions, check out the documentation from NeuVector or visit the NeuVector tile in the IBM Cloud catalog to get started.


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