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Security isn’t just about building walls; it’s about building trust.

That’s why we’ve taken a leap towards transparency by making Otterize open source.

We believe in security for all

Transparency, innovation, and trust are at the core of our mission. Join us in shaping a safer digital future, together. Explore, contribute, and strengthen security with Otterize.

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Transparency builds trust

See the code, trust the code. Our open source approach ensures transparency and accountability.

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Constant evolution

Security never stands still. By going open source, Otterize stays on the cutting edge of protection. Join us in shaping the future of security.

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Community-powered innovation

Collaboration fuels innovation. With open source, we invite you to join our community and share ideas, and build a secure digital world together.

We invite you to leave your legacy

Developers, security enthusiasts, and curious minds—explore,

contribute, and secure the digital world with us.

What are you waiting for? Experience the power of Otterize OSS for yourself

Simplify network policy management

Why make things complicated when they can be simple? At Otterize, we’re all about making your life easier.

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Client intents: your new best friend

Forget the hassle of managing pod identities and labels or diving deep into network policy configurations. Say hello to client intents—the easy way to set access controls.

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Bootstrap with ease

Starting from scratch? No worries! Bootstrap client intents effortlessly by using network mapper to learn from existing traffic patterns.

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Visit the Otter’s Den

Your go-to hub for Kubernetes security and tech know-how

  • Network Policy
  • Kubernetes
  • Zero-trust
Blog
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
Blog
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
Blog
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.