Protects Your Full Container Stack
Fidelis Container Secure automates container security and compliance coverage for Docker, Kubernetes, and continuous-delivery pipeline infrastructures.
How Fidelis Container Secure Works
Fidelis Container Secure continually monitors container environments to detect new vulnerabilities and exposes introduced by innocent changes or malicious activities, and enables automated remediation driven by InfoSec or DevOps teams.
Feature: Deploy, Configure, Integrate, Automate
Container Runtime Engine
Docker CE, Docker EE, Contained
Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, OpenStack, Virtual Machines (VMware, etc.) Rackspace, bare metal.
Docker Private Registry, Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR), jFrong Artifactory
Container Host OS
Amazon Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, Debian, CoreOS
OS Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, Debian, Alpine
Jenkins, Bamboo, TeamCity, Circle Cl, Travis CI and more
Rest API, SIEM (SumoLogic, Splunk, etc.) Messaging (Slack), Ticketing (JIRA), and more
What is the Fidelis Microagent?
Fidelis Container Secure relies on a lightweight, 2 MB software sensor—a microagent—that assesses running containers on Docker hosts, collects data about the container, and sends it to the Halo Cloud. Fidelis microagents are:
- Truly frictionless by design. With one for Linux and one for Windows, they are self-installing and rarely need updating.
- Versatile in their application. They can be installed directly as software on the container host, or they can run as a container.
- Streamlined in operation. The Halo Cloud centralized agent framework does the heavy lifting for the microagent, freeing up your cloud resources for your containers and workloads.