Deploying K10 with Red Hat OpenShift OAuth Proxy

Deploying K10 with Red Hat OpenShift OAuth Proxy

At Kasten, our mission is to dramatically simplify operational management of stateful cloud-native applications. Kasten’s K10, our enterprise-grade data management platform for Kubernetes backup and DR delivers on this mission by helping our customers protect their cloud-native applications against accidental or malicious data loss. As part of this mission to protect applications, we take security very seriously. In today’s multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters, security is critical for safety. This is why at Kasten we have built multiple ways of authenticating a user so that fine-grained role-based access control (RBAC) can be used with it. While we will cover our RBAC support in a later post, this article will list some of these authentication methods available in K10 with a focus on Red Hat OpenShift’s OAuth proxy. Read more →
Kasten K10 and End-to-End Security

Kasten K10 and End-to-End Security

End-to-End Encryption, huh, yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely everything! Say it again y’all! Sung to the tune of War (What Is It Good For). Apologies to Edwin Starr. Read more →
K10 Addresses Vulnerabilities Reported in Envoy Proxy

K10 Addresses Vulnerabilities Reported in Envoy Proxy

We are releasing K10 v2.0.4 today to address three High / Critical severity vulnerabilities reported by the Envoy security team on December 10. These issues can allow untrusted remote clients to crash Envoy or gain privileges that they should not have. Kasten K10, our data management platform that is purpose-built for Kubernetes provides enterprise operations teams an easy-to-use, scalable, and secure system for backup/restore, disaster recovery, and mobility of Kubernetes applications. Read more →
Announcing Kasten K10 Version 2.0

Announcing Kasten K10 Version 2.0

We are excited to announce the general availability of Version 2.0 of K10, Kasten’s cloud-native data management platform. Already resonating with enterprise operations professionals interested in addressing critical Day 2 issues, K10 version 2.0 includes important new features that address two of the greatest pain points plaguing expanding Kubernetes deployments today: security and operational simplicity. Security to Keep Your Data Safe Arguably among your most precious resources, the safety of your corporate data is paramount, not only for regulatory compliance but also as a matter of sound, ethical business practice. Read more →