Calico enables cloud users in Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Amazon EKS to protect their containers and Kubernetes workloads, detect threats, and achieve continuous compliance. Users can deploy a standard set of workload access controls, enforce consistent security policies, and get a live visualization of applications and microservices communications.
Protect your container and Kubernetes workloads running on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and AWS applications with pod-level access controls
Create and enforce compliance policies in EKS and AWS as per regulatory and organizational requirements
Identify and resolve connectivity issues and security policy violations between namespaces, microservices, and pods in EKS and AWS
Security teams need to control the flow of data between Kubernetes clusters and external resources, in order to mitigate the risk of unauthorized access to applications and data, exposure of sensitive data such as personally identifiable information (PII), and introduction of malware and ransomware.
Implement pod-level workload access controls and protect containerized environments in AWS and EKS from outside threats, while enabling applications and workloads to securely communicate with resources outside the cluster behind a firewall or other control point.
Businesses, subject to corporate and/or regulatory compliance requirements, need to isolate workloads containing sensitive data, or restrict access to specific resources. Auditors need proof of control enforcement, but capturing the information required to show proof is challenging, especially in a dynamic, distributed microservices environment where containers are short lived.
Create compliance policies for any compliance framework including PCI, SOC 2, and more. Continuously monitor compliance for your container, Kubernetes, and cloud environment. Retain a daily history of your compliance status. Generate on-demand or scheduled audit reports.
Kubernetes workloads are highly dynamic, ephemeral, and are deployed on a distributed and agile infrastructure. As a result, fast troubleshooting of Kubernetes workloads is challenging. Teams require better visibility, and contextual information for microservices, their dependencies, how they are interconnected, and which other clients and applications access them.
Enable faster troubleshooting of Kubernetes workloads and applications with Dynamic Service Graph, Dynamic Packet Capture, anomaly detection, and performance hotspots, leading to shorter time-to-resolution, less application downtime, and improved quality of service.
Calico provides common networking and security policy model, using Kubernetes constructs like labels and selectors to control and restrict access to specific namespaces, microservices, and pods for Amazon EC2 and EKS.