Join us for 3 Kubernetes Talks, 1 Night! Wednesday, February 21st at Visa’s office in Ashburn, Virginia!
Visa will be hosting this awesome meetup about deploying to Kubernetes with Spinnaker, Compliance and Risk Management with Docker/Kubernetes and Declarative Security Policy as Code. Please see below for more details and we hope to see you there!
6:00 pm : Meet & Greet
6:30 pm : Presentations Begin
Talk 1: Spinnaker Basics: How to Enable Safe, Fast Deployments to the Cloud
When people first learn about Spinnaker and are building pipelines, they start with something extremely basic. When your pipeline is too basic, it’s hard to see how to build a production level pipeline. This presentation will show you how to build a pipelines that is triggered off of a Docker image being updated and then deployed to Kubernetes.
Justin Lee – Solution Engineer, Armory.io
Justin Lee is a Solutions Engineer at Armory.io, a leader in enterprise continuous delivery. At Armory, he focuses on delivering both pre- and post-sales solutions for strategic customers. Prior to Armory, Justin was a Solutions Engineer at Mesosphere where he helped customers safely and reliably install and run container platforms. Justin is also a frequent business traveler and once lived out of a Marriott hotel for a year.
Talk 2: Compliance and risk management in a Kubernetes world.
Container orchestration flips traditional IT risk management on its head. Compliance frameworks are historically geared towards long-running and stagnant systems and not well-aligned to the ephemeral nature of container platforms. Learn about how Kubernetes and new innovations in compliance can come together to bring risk management into the modern era.
Andrew Weiss – Federal Sales Engineering Lead, Docker
Andrew leads the Federal sales engineering team at Docker. He is an (ISC)² Certified Authorization Professional (CAP) and an active participant in the Federal IT security and compliance ecosystem. You can follow him on Twitter at @Andrew_Weiss.
Talk 3: Declarative Security Policy and Continuous Compliance in lock step with Applications
The application world has shifted to dynamic & declarative deployments in Kubernetes, involving testing in production and increasingly with a service mesh assisting in canary deployments. Indeed agile platform teams are doing the same for cluster infrastructure in cloud environments. Many security teams, however, are still building enterprise control and compliance rulesets based on antiquated static perimeter-based artifacts
Karthik will discuss (& demo) how DevSecOps teams can leverage policy-as-code and security automation tools to enable security controls to follow the workload in lock step with the orchestrator and the service mesh.
Karthik Prabhakar – Sr. Director of Solution Architecture, Tigera
Karthik Prabhakar is the Sr. Director of Solution Architecture at Tigera and been focused in helping customers transition to successful microservices deployments at scale leveraging technologies including Calico, Istio and Kubernetes. Karthik has many years of deep experience with cloud platforms, especially around network architectures and network security. Karthik is a frequent presenter at meetups, conferences, and other events.
RSVP for the event here: https://www.meetup.com/NOVA-Kubernetes/events/258568993/