Linux containers are key enablers for building microservices. The application’s microservices fall broadly under two categories, the core-microservices implementing the business logic and the utility-microservices implementing middleware functionalities. Such functionalities include vulnerability scanning, monitoring, telemetry, etc. Segregating the utility-microservices in separate containers from the core-microservice containers may prevent them from achieving their functionality. This is due to the strong isolation between containers. By diffusing the boundaries between containers we can fuse them together and enable close collaboration. However, this raises several security concerns, especially that the utility-microservices may include vulnerabilities that threaten the entire application. In this paper, we analyze the different techniques to enhance the security of container fusion and present an automated solution based on Kubernetes to configure utility-microservices containers to fuse with core-microservices containers.