Security considerations while deploying Containerized Applications
Congratulations on deploying applications on Docker and/or Kubernetes; Nowthe next thing that you would worry, is security and would have following questions :
- Are my images update to date ?
- Have I given right access to users ?
- Are there any security loop-holes in application deployment ?
- How I can audit environment/application to be security compliant ?
- Am I running the cluster in right configuration ?
- .... and many more
Outline/Structure of the Talk
This talk will cover all the security considerations while deploying containerized applications on Docker and Kubernetes. There will also be demos shown for most of the recommendations.
Companies interested in Cloud Transformation
schedule Submitted 2 years ago
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