Moving on From Pod Security Policy with OPA and Styra DAS

First-class authorization for Kubernetes.

As you may know, Kubernetes recently deprecated PodSecurityPolicies, or PSP. As PSP was a default admission controller, this change may have disrupted some critical AuthZ systems and caused your team to make changes.

As a result, many teams are looking to Open Policy Agent (OPA) to save the day. Not only is OPA well suited to enforce fine-grained authorization across Kubernetes, but it also provides certain advantages over the PSP successor, Pod Security Admission.

Join our webinar to learn how to navigate the PSP transition, how OPA can work in tandem with Pod Security Admission, as well as how dedicated PSP policy packs with Styra Declarative Authorization Service (DAS) can help automate many of these changes. PSP may have been deprecated, but your Kubernetes security is still very much alive!

Join now to learn how to:

• Handle PSP deprecation while still providing first-class authorization for your Kubernetes clusters.

• Use OPA in tandem with PodSecurity Admission to enforce authorization.

• Leverage pre-built policy packs within Styra DAS.



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