We are excited to announce that the inaugural Kubernetes Security and Observability Summit, brought to you by Tigera, will take place on June 3, 2021.
The journey to Kubernetes adoption can be riddled with challenges and roadblocks. These challenges are magnified in a cloud-native context, where organizations are running hundreds—sometimes thousands—of applications simultaneously across numerous business units, for customers around the world.
What does security and observability mean in this context? What challenges should Kubernetes practitioners anticipate and what opportunities should they explore? To address these questions and to explore emerging trends, we are gathering industry experts under one (virtual) roof at the Kubernetes Security and Observability Summit.
As the industry’s first and only conference solely focused on Kubernetes security and observability, this (free) live virtual event will include discussions with technology leaders and Kubernetes users on real-world experiences, fundamentals, and best practices for securing and troubleshooting Kubernetes environments.
The Kubernetes Security and Observability Summit is a place for DevOps, SREs, platform architects, and security teams to come together to explore trends, strategies, and technologies for securing, observing and troubleshooting cloud-native applications.
During the summit, experts from industry-leading companies like Amazon, Box, Citi, EY, Mirantis, Morgan Stanley, PayPal, Salesforce, and of course, Tigera, will lead 30-minute sessions in three tracks:
Before these breakout sessions begin, the opening keynote by Morgan Stanley will delve into the advantages and practical challenges of applying modern, policy-as-code (PaC) approaches for a cloud-ready enterprise. In the second keynote address, Discover Financial Services will share their cloud security journey, including key capabilities and concepts.
In the Stories From the Real World track, industry experts will share real-world stories and learnings from their experiences with Kubernetes adoption, security and troubleshooting.
For more information on sessions and speakers, and to see the session schedule, click here.
Stay tuned for session highlights from tracks two and three in the coming weeks!
Don’t have your “ticket” yet? Register now for the Kubernetes Security and Observability Summit.
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