Getting digital certificates that comply with security policy can take days, not seconds as with automated and orchestrated DevOps environments. By automating the procurement and installation of digital certificates, DevOps teams can deliver on the promise of Fast IT without sacrificing compliance with security policies.
Security is critical to business, yet DevOps automated deployment processes are often unable to use certificates that comply with organizational policy. As more infrastructure is created with an assortment of certificates, you’re likely to see an exponential rise in the risk of expensive data breaches, failed audits and application downtime. It’s time to start automating machine identity protection by incorporating trusted certificates into DevOps pipelines.
Venafi automates the procurement and installation of keys and certificates so that DevOps teams don’t have to slow down or choose between agility and security. Venafi’s SSL/TLS certificate solutions for DevOps help you enforce security policies within your DevOps methodology to avoid any delays in continuous releases.
Venafi fully automates the management of your keys and certificates as a central part of your DevOps environment. With DevOps tools that use REST API-based integrations, you can feel confident about meeting business objectives quickly and securely—all while keeping DevOps application development moving quickly.
Venafi offers multiple solutions for solving certificate challenges in DevOps environments. These solutions are compatible with leading DevOps tools, including Kubernetes, HashiCorp Vault, Terraform, Chef, UrbanCode, Docker, and SaltStack.
For DevOps teams operating in complex, hybrid environments, the Venafi Platform offers enterprise-grade certificate management and automation capabilities. For DevOps teams that are operating primarily in the cloud while developing new applications, Venafi Cloud offers a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for automating PKI in DevOps environments.
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