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Effortless discovery, seamless automation, limitless scaling!

Say goodbye to wrestling with network policies, Kafka ACLs, certificates, and AWS IAM. Just tell us what your services need to call, and let Otterize handle the rest. Simplify your infrastructure, on your terms!

Discover like a pro

No more hunting for security gaps! Otterize makes it a breeze to find sensitive services in your Kubernetes cluster. Map clusters and zero in on where you need that extra layer of protection, all without breaking a sweat.

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Automate with confidence

Say goodbye to security stress! Otterize is your trusty sidekick that takes the heavy lifting off your plate. It automatically generates zero-trust policies based on your app's needs, securing your services effortlessly.

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Scale without limits

As your digital kingdom grows, so does your security, thanks to Otterize. Scaling up is a walk in the park. Safeguard more services and teams smoothly with automatic pull requests—it's security made simple!

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  • Network Policy
  • Kubernetes
  • Zero-trust
Feb 12 2024
Network policies are not the right abstraction (for developers)

We explore the limitations of relying solely on Kubernetes network policies as a solution for achieving zero-trust between pods, identifying multiple flaws that hinder their effectiveness in meeting the demands of real-world use cases, particularly when prioritizing developer experience in a Kubernetes-based platform.

  • Kubernetes
  • Zero-trust
  • IBAC
  • Dropbox
  • Automation
  • Startups
  • Podcasts
Jan 24 2024
First Person Platform Episode 1 - Andrew Fong on Dropbox Grouper

The first episode of First Person Platform, a podcast: platform engineers nerd out with Ori Shoshan on access controls, Kubernetes, and platform engineering.

  • Network
  • Kubernetes
  • Go
Jan 20 2024
Network mapper, I see you!

Learn about the recently developed Otterize network mapper, an open-source tool dedicated to efficiently mapping communication within a Kubernetes cluster by creating functional network maps, focusing on simplicity and effectiveness in revealing pod-to-pod interactions.

Automate workload IAM, intuitively

Your Security team will thank you.