Advanced API security for Kubernetes containers running in AWS. In this demo we show how to deploy NGINX App Protect in Kubernetes as part of a CI/CD pipeline in a per-service mode.
Description: In this demo we show how to deploy NGINX App Protect in Kubernetes as part of a CI/CD pipeline in a per-service mode. You may want to consider deploying WAF as a per‑service proxy when the following conditions are true:
WAF policies are under the direction of a DevSecOps team and are specific to a small number of services.
Updates to the policies can be managed by either a suitable container‑aware API, or by updating the WAF proxy Deployment.
The WAF device operates appropriately in a Kubernetes environment.
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