If you ask DevOps engineers about the benefits of containers and microservices, their responses will center on the agility...
Join this event for deeper technical content, more hands-on learning opportunities, keynote announcements, a bigger and be...
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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source ...
If you ask DevOps engineers about the benefits of containers and microservices, their responses will center on the agility, modularity, and scalability that microservices-based architectures provide.
Security is a crucial and often overlooked advantage of migrating to containers and microservices.
Containers allow enterprise to secure applications and environments at a more granular and nuanced level. They also empower enterprises to identify and resolve potential security threats before they disrupt workflows, rather than having to adopt a defensive stance oriented around addressing attacks once they are fully underway.
Watch this webinar to learn:
• Challenges with traditional security strategies
• What a proactive approach to security for a microservices-based environment looks like
• How your organization can adopt a proactive security stance when it makes the migration to containers.Register
Are you are a Security Expert, DevOps resource, or Dev at a large Enterprise? Do you want to migrate your applications to containers and take them to production? Learn how to avoid some of hurdles that you will you have to overcome in your enterprise.
Modern enterprises have fully embraced the practicality of containers in their application development, but some are still lagging when it comes to operationalizing security in their container environments.
This webinar will highlight:
•How to implement controls to reduce risk, from build all the way to runtime
•How to integrate and automate key steps of the process
•Anecdotal examples of Twistlock customers challenges/successes from the front lines of container security operationalizing efforts
Join Twistlock Solution Architect Michael Withrow for a presentation and platform demonstration.Register
According to Gartner’s report on Best Practices for Running Containers in Production, “By 2020, more than 50% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 20% today.” With the rapid increase in containers and cloud native applications at the enterprise, security teams and incident responders are continually tasked with new requirements and challenges for detecting and investigating security incidents. [nbc] Changed monitoring to detecting here — it’s a subtle difference but, in most cases, a SOC is doing the monitoring and will report anomalies to a team more focused on incident response. That team is then going to figure out if the alerts are concerning and work from there.
In this webinar, Neil Carpenter from Twistlock will discuss what a transition to containers means for incident response teams and how Twistlock can help to ease the pain.
Register for this webinar to learn:
• Approaches to gathering incident data from Cloud Native applications
• Examples of incidents and investigations
• Details on Twistlock’s brand-new Cloud Native Forensics Platform
Since the announcement of AWS Fargate at AWS re:Invent 2018, enterprises have been working with their development and devops teams to explore how this new technology aligns with their application modernization strategy. With this new CaaS platform comes new operational concerns and security threats.
Join Principal Solution Architect Kevin Lewis to learn more about:
Las Vegas, NV
Join this event for deeper technical content, more hands-on learning opportunities, keynote announcements, a bigger and better Partner Expo, exciting after-hours events, and the best party in technology—re:Play. At re:Invent 2018, you can dive into solving challenges and working on a team in our two-hour workshops. In the chalk talks or builders sessions, you will have the opportunity to interact in a small group setting with AWS experts as they whiteboard through problems and solutions. In addition, this event will be repeating the most popular sessions and offering late night sessions, so you get the most out of re:Invent.Register
At DockerCon You Will:
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities in Seattle, WA on December 11-13, 2018. Join Kubernetes, Prometheus, OpenTracing, Fluentd, gRPC, containerd, rkt, CNI, Envoy, Jaeger, Notary, TUF, Vitess, CoreDNS, NATS, and Linkerd as the community gathers for three days to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing.Register