Aqua Security Overview

Aqua Security is the #5 ranked solution of our Container Security Solutions. It is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, and is most often compared to Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks: Aqua Security vs Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks

What is Aqua Security?

The Aqua Container Security Platform provides development-to-production lifecycle controls for securing containerized applications that run on-premises or in the cloud, on Windows or Linux, supporting multiple orchestration environments.

Aqua Security Buyer's Guide

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DirEng3598
Director of Engineering at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Consultant
Nov 19, 2018
Gives us the ability to automatically scan Docker images and know which are vulnerable

What is our primary use case?

We're using it for the Image Vulnerability Scanning. We have an on-premise solution, so for us, vulnerability scanning is most important. Part of our platform spins up Docker containers and uses Docker internally. We're not a SaaS company, so it's not in the cloud and, therefore, it's very important for us to deploy at the customer's environment. It's very important that we deploy Docker images, that we see the vulnerabilities because we deploy in the customer's environment.

Pros and Cons

  • "Valuable features include the ability to connect it to our Docker Hub where our images are stored, good integration with Slack, and the connection to the CV, to easily see which CVs are on each image."

    What other advice do I have?

    They gave us access to their executive team, specifically, the CTO. I had met him long ago at a Docker conference. He gave us full support and technical support. He was very technically oriented. He helped us with the setups, technically, and we're still in touch today. When I need help he is there. In terms of the number of users of the solution, for us, it's just the people who maintain the Docker images, two or three people: the head of DevOps and the Director of Engineering. It's just vulnerability management, we don't need many people to access the platform. Once we integrate it with…