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42Crunch API Firewall Container

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API Firewall Container to Protect Microservices in Kubernetes / AKS
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42Crunch API Firewall Container

42Crunch

API Firewall Container to Protect Microservices in Kubernetes / AKS

42Crunch brings agility and scale to API Threat Protection

APIs require security agility: as hundreds of APIs are released every week or even every day and with a new set of threats to protect APIs from, traditional application security approaches such as Web Application firewalls are not an option anymore.

42Crunch bridges the gap between API development, security and operations teams with a simple, automated platform that provides API threat protection early in the API lifecycle. Unlike other solutions on the market, the 42Crunch platform lets developers initiate security at design time.

Benefits

42Crunch platform delivers security across the entire API lifecycle:

  • Design/Development time : Get instant visibility into the current API security state, through a security assessment of your API contracts. The detailed security scoring and report helps developers learn about API threats and strengthen their API contracts.
  • Testing: Discover potential vulnerabilities and discrepancies of the API implementation against the API contract.
  • Deployment: Automatic configure and deploy a lightweight, highly performant API firewall in front your APIs. The firewall enforces the API contract contraints, following a positive model approach and can be used in combination with a service mesh to protect East-West traffic.

Getting Started

Sign up at https://platform.42crunch.com/register and start importing your APIs contracts. You can also automate this task through our CI/CD support. Follow the Security Audit report to maximize the score and then enable threat protection for the API. Use our step-by-step guide to deploy the API firewall as a sidecar proxy for your APIs deployed in a Kubernetes cluster such as Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).