As you scale clusters, teams, and applications, enforcing and reporting on application security policies. It becomes difficult, creates friction, and exposes your applications and environment to risks.
Shipa’s approach to policy as code enables platform operators to easily define policy frameworks and enforce application-level governance using a standard definition across tools such as Terraform, Pulumi, Crossplane, ArgoCD, and FluxCD.
Define and store policy frameworks using a standard definition across tools such as Pulumi, Crossplane, and Terraform.
Visualize policy frameworks defined and report on the status of application security.
Enable security early in the process by embedding Shipa’s policy as code into your CI/CD and GitOps pipelines.
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Create A Policy
Create policy frameworks to describe policies used during application deployments.
Bind The Policy
Connect your pipeline to the policy framework and bind it to a Kubernetes cluster or Linux VM.
Visualize and report on how the deployed applications are complying with the policies defined.
Reduce security risks by defining a fully customized set of application controls using a standard definition and consistently applying them across CI/CD pipelines and GitOps.
Shipa’s policy framework continuously monitors your applications to ensure there are no violations.
Define application default ingress and egress policies without having to create and maintain complex ingress rules.
Continuously report on policies defined and how applications comply with them, enabling a DevSecOps model.
Implement a detailed RBAC model and define which teams can deploy and manage applications to which environment or namespace.
Implement controls on which container registries can be used by developers when deploying their applications.
Define security scan levels for applications deployed and specify vulnerabilities that should be treated as exceptions, if any.
Define application resource consumption and quota limits to be automatically applied to applications deployed.