December 19, 2018

OptDyn announces ‘Let’s Encrypt’ and user domain integration across Subutai

With these integrations, OptDyn seek to secure container based environments for enterprises and build a rock solid web ecosystem.

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OptDyn have announced Lets Encrypt software and user domain integrations in Subutai, their peer-to-peer cloud computing platform. With these integrations, OptDyn seek to secure container based environments for enterprises and play an important role in building the Web of Trust for organizations.

According to OptDyn, enterprises deploying the cloud and leveraging containers to run and build applications need a secure environment to operate. They say that these environments can be kept secure if they are encrypted in a way that cyber breaches do not occur.

Alex Karasulu, CEO of OptDyn believes that enabling Subutai to securely serve applications plays a key role in building a trustworthy web ecosystem. He further added that OptDyn as a company are very happy with the launch that can easily help customers secure P2P web environments.

OptDyn claim that Lets Encrypt facilitates trust between all major browsers, operating systems and root certificates, including those from Google, Microsoft, Apple, Mozilla, Oracle and Blackberry. Josh Aas, Executive Director of Lets Encrypt claims that he is glad to see enterprises turning to such solutions and understanding the need for encryption in the midst of increasing number os threats and attacks.

In addition to enabling users with Let’s Encrypt, OptDyn say that Subutai will allow users to easily utilize domains and sub-domains in their applications. Karasulu added that after users configure their applications, Subutai will automatically generate an SSL certificate and add it to the application.

It will be interesting to see how OptDyn provides security to their cloud-native and container-deploying customers, following the acquisition of FlawCheck by Tenable Network.

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