The Machine Identity Protection Fund will rapidly expand the Venafi ecosystem, enabling you to build machine identity intelligence into a wider range of your enterprise infrastructure. And it delivers technology outcomes you can quickly take advantage of to protect more machine identities faster. It’s not just what you need now though! The Fund looks to future-proof your machine identity protection program as integrations continue to be developed in line with technology market changes.Learn about the many existing technology integrations
With machine identity protection built in to more applications—especially DevOps, multi-cloud, mobile, threat protection, and analytics—Venafi customers will be better equipped to secure their organizations and reduce risk. If you are a developer organization with focus on these technolgies, the Machine Identity Protection Fund can be a vehicle for business growth and extended customer reach.Let us tell you more about the Fund
OpenCredo is a software technology consultancy specializing in cloud, data engineering and application architecture. They will use fund sponsorship to create an open source Kafka connector for the Venafi Platform that will leverage machine learning and open source graph technology. The connects will identify real-time SSH risks by collecting real-time intelligence from the Venafi platform to drive visualizations of SSH risks that can’t evaluated with the human eye.
TJetstack is open source container orchestration platform and consultancy that helps organization deploy Kubernetes at scale in production environments. They will use fund sponsorship to make it easy for DevOps teams to use certificates configured by Venafi policies so security teams can consistently enforce machine identity policies in DevOps environments. They will also add support that will allow Venafi to validate and audit the current state of Kubernetes certificates – something that is impossible for a humans or traditional network scanners in ever-changing Kubernetes environments.
Cygnacom is a civilian and defense application developer for complex mainframe environments, focusing on public key infrastructure (PKI) and identity and access management. Using the Venafi Adaptable Certificate Authority API, Cygnacom has already built eConnector, which integrates full featured, security Entrust Datacard PKI environments with the Venafi platform. They will use fund sponsorship to extend this integration into IBM z/RACF environments.