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Conventional NGFWs can only be deployed at the edge of a Kubernetes environment and therefore cannot determine the specific pod where traffic originates. To overcome this challenge, CN-Series container firewalls are deployed on each node of a Kubernetes cluster, giving them precise visibility into container traffic. The CN-Series delivers Layer 7 visibility and control while enabling the enforcement of advanced security services. This protection can be enforced on allowed traffic traversing namespace boundaries—whether outbound, inbound, or east-west—between pods, and even between containerized applications and legacy workloads, such as virtual machines (VMs) and bare metal servers.
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