Twistlock, Chief Technology Officer
March 5th, 2019 | 24 mins 20 secs
Many traditional security software providers have…
August 15th, 2018 | 41 mins 33 secs
The microservices philosophy and architectural approach have existed for a while in the form of a service-oriented architecture (SOA). A new set of sophisticated tooling makes this elegant architecture practical to deliver. The number of services, and their ephemeral nature, makes it virtually impossible to secure the environment using the tools and manually-driven processes of the past.
“It really forces you to change the approach that you take for security from human-designed and maintained with a lot of direct manipulation to a much higher degree of automation,” John Morello, CTO of Twistlock, said.
January 23rd, 2018 | 27 mins 13 secs
application development, cloud platforms, cloud-native, developers, devops, ebook, kubernetes deployment, kubernetes deployment & security patterns, podcast, software development, twistlock
One of the most touted virtues of cloud-native application deployment is that it aims to free the software developer from having to worry about the state of their infrastructure. Cloud-native security is a service provided on behalf of the maintainer of the cloud-native development space who, in more and more enterprises, is someone in development. So how can cloud-native architectures be easier to use while also placing more responsibility on developers for delivering secure applications?
The New Stack correspondent Scott Fulton and Twistlock CTO John Morello discuss why cloud-native is the future of application development and what makes it inherently more secure.
August 24th, 2017 | 28 mins 19 secs
container orchestration, container security, containerization, containers, developers, devops, kubernetes, twistlock
On today's episode of The New Stack Makers, the issue of containerization security shifts back to where it began in 2014, with the question of whether a secure system can compensate for insecure communication.
“There’s a lot more responsibility that’s on the developer, or at least in the developer’s workflow, to secure that application,” said John Morello, CTO for container security platform provider Twistlock, speaking with The New Stack.
Twistlock is a sponsor of The New Stack’s upcoming e-book, The State of the Kubernetes Ecosystem. Learn more about Morello’s perspective on where security fits into the orchestrator-driven itinerary, in 'Rethinking the Developer Pipeline,' a special edition of The New Stack Makers.