RapidFort drastically reduces vulnerability and patch management queues so that developers can focus on building.
By eliminating unused container components, RapidFort enhances production workload security and saves developers from unnecessarily patching and maintaining UNUSED code.
RapidFort profiles containers to understand what components are needed to run. Run your containers as normal in any environment: dev, test or prod. Use any container deployment, including Kubernetes, Docker Compose, Amazon EKS, and AWS Fargate.
RapidFort then identifies which packages you must keep, enabling you to remove unused packages. Typical improvements are in the 60% to 90% range. RapidFort also provides the option to build and customize remediation profiles, allowing you to pick and choose what to retain or remove.
The result: containers are more secure, cheaper to build and maintain, faster to boot, and less expensive to run. Less attack surface reduces exposure to zero-day attacks. Less software. Less risk. Fewer problems.
Reduce vulnerabilities to be remediated by 60% to 90%
Eliminate up to 90% of your patch management backlog
Continuously optimize containers without disrupting existing workflows
Secure Kubernetes clusters in minutes
Gain full visibility into what’s actually running in containers
Address compliance issues upstream
Achieve compliance faster and easier
Easily demonstrate and report workload risk reduction and vulnerability removal
Spend less time tracking complicated licenses and updates
Our teams used to fix vulnerabilities manually. With RapidFort, I have the visibility to analyze vulnerabilities and either automatically eliminate all of them, or allow vulnerabilities according to my risk tolerance.
Operational cost goes down automatically. As we are removing vulnerabilities, we are reducing the size of our artifacts which is a big win on network bandwidth.
RapidFort gives me precise boundaries for whether a piece of code will work or not in a real environment.