Beyond Default Settings: Evaluating the Security of Kubernetes and Cloud Native Environments
In this 60-minute live roundtable, expert panelists will discuss Kubernetes' out-of-the-box security features and the broader landscape of cloud native security. With the advent and rapid evolution of cloud-based solutions, Kubernetes has emerged as a dominant force in orchestrating containerized applications, making its inherent security features a topic of critical importance.
What are common mistakes in securing a Kubernetes cluster? What are the best practices for least privilege, secrets management, and enforcement of network policies?
Join this roundtable to understand default configurations, authentication, and access control mechanisms, discussing what Kubernetes brings to the table in terms of security.
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Sr. Leader, Technical Marketing @Cisco
Roundtable Moderated by
Principal Cloud Architect @funambol
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InfoQ Live June 2023
Date: June, 27th, 2023
60 minute, InfoQ-moderated panel discussion
Chat forum for attendees to ask questions to the panelists
Access to on-demand recording
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