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June 14, 2022

Weave Policy Library: Introducing HIPAA Policies

In our latest Weave GitOps release, we added trusted application delivery and policy-as-code capabilities to Weave GitOps. Part of this release is the Weave Policy Library, which includes HIPPA compliance standards among other compliance family policies such as CIS Benchmarks and PCI DSS. Read on to learn more about the Weave Policy Library and HIPAA policies.

May 31, 2022

Security for Application Delivery shifts left with GitOps for Visual Studio Code

The VS Code extension adds a Weave GitOps button in the sidebar of your IDE that allows you to access GitOps features without switching to another dashboard. You can view GitOps components and components as well as trigger reconciliation- read our latest blog for details.

July 12, 2017

Container Security with Dan Walsh

There are several factors to consider when securing containerized applications. Where containers are deployed, how they are isolated and which capabilities to disable are important steps to take to ensure that your dockerized applications are secure.

May 19, 2017

Adding a Service to Weave Cloud and Other Best Practices

Learn how to add a service to Weave Cloud – from naming and organization to security and monitoring, Tom Wilkie shares best practices and lessons learned.

February 20, 2016

Weave unaffected by GNU C library vulnerability CVE 2015-7547

This week a serious vulnerability (CVE 2015-7547) was announced in the GNU C library installed on most popular Linux systems, which could enable a remote code execution attack. Software that makes use of the glibc DNS resolver...

September 04, 2015

Weave & CliQr: Improving Security and Portability of Container-Based Apps

Our friends over at CliQr recently blogged about integrating Weave Net with CliQr’s CloudCenter & Application-Defined Cloud Management Platform. What’s particularly interesting about this case is the portability of Weave Net,...

June 16, 2015

Weave Net Cryptography FAQ

What do you recommend for confidentiality, integrity and authenticity with Weave Net? Weave communicates via TCP and UDP on a well known port, so you may use whatever is appropriate to your requirements – for example an IPsec VPN for...

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