ARM is increasing its footprint in the Cloud Native space and Edge computing. Companies are able to run high density, work intensive workloads on a single instance of AWS Graviton 2 at about 30% cost, making it efficient and cost-effective. Edge is already an ARM playground. With Apple’s M1 chip, there is now renewed interest in where we are heading with ARM and that, in turn, creates new discussions around security of these ARM-based environments. Aqua Security recently announced the industry’s first container runtime security solution for ARM 64-bit environments. To talk about the rise of ARM architecture in the Cloud Native and Edge space and what security challenges it creates, we invited Rani Osnat, VP Strategy of Aqua Security, to our show. He shared some great insights into the topic and also how Aqua Security is offering solutions for the cloud native workloads running on ARM architecture.

[su_note note_color=”#000″ text_color=”#fff”]Rani Osnat has more than 20 years of enterprise software industry experience, in project management, product management and marketing, including a decade as VP of marketing for innovative tech startups in the IT security and cloud arenas. Previously Rani was a management consultant in the London office of Booz & Co. He holds an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. Rani is an avid wine geek, and a slightly less avid painter.[/su_note]

Aqua Security is the largest pure-play cloud native security company, providing customers the freedom to innovate and run their businesses with minimal friction. The Aqua Cloud Native Security Platform provides prevention, detection, and response automation across the entire application lifecycle to secure the build, secure cloud infrastructure and secure running workloads wherever they are deployed.

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