(PR) L7 Defense integrates its AI-based, API security solution Ammune with NVIDIA BlueField-2

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L7 Defense Ltd., a pioneering developer of AI-based cybersecurity solutions, announced today that it has successfully completed the integration of its API security solution Ammune with the NVIDIA BlueField-2 SmartNIC. The integration elevates the Kubernetes nodes’ security posture with maximum "zero trust" in-and-out traffic protection. Furthermore, it does not interfere with the day-to-day efficiency of serving applications. Installed on BlueField-2, the Ammune real-time AI workload is offloaded to the BlueField-2 DPU, reducing nodes’ CPU usage for security to the essential minimum.

"Thanks to the successful integration, the server CPU utilization with the BlueField DPU was reduced by almost a factor of 8 in cases of high traffic analysis, in comparison to CPU utilization without the DPU," said Dr. Doron Chema, L7 Defense’s CEO. "Ammune is a pure AI product. The real-time AI security agent is going to be further accelerated by more BlueField functionality. The Ammune analytical near-real-time AI unit will gain more acceleration with the NVIDIA Morpheus cybersecurity AI application framework in the near future."

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