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Save the date for Silicon Valley Cloud-Native and Kubernetes Meetup featuring: Andy Randall, Co-founder and VP Business Development for Tigera, October 17th in San Francisco, CA.

Location: Google – 345 Spear St · San Francisco


How Istio integrates with Calico to enable network policy enforcement

Tigera’s Calico is well known as the de facto standard for network-level security in Kubernetes, being integrated into all the major Kubernetes distributions and managed service offerings. At this meetup Andy Randall, Tigera co-founder, will explore how the latest Calico release (3.2) integrates with Istio to implement application security policies, encompassing cryptographic identity, layer 7 rules and synchronized enforcement between the network (iptables) and application (Istio-proxy sidecar) layers. We will also show how Tigera Secure Enterprise Edition builds on these platform capabilities to provide a complete zero trust security model.

About Andy Randall

Andy is passionate about technology and believes successful businesses deliver solutions and services that delight customers, the open source community and ecosystem partners. He co-founded Tigera to bring together these passions and redefine application connectivity for the cloud native era.

Prior to Tigera, Andy successfully built and grew businesses in the areas of network protocols, voice over IP and web conferencing at Metaswitch. He holds a joint MBA from Berkeley-Haas and Columbia Business Schools. He also has masters degrees in software engineering, philosophy and mathematics from the Universities of Oxford and Stirling.

Twitter: andrew_randall 

6:00 – Doors open. Networking. Food and drinks.

6:30 – Welcome.

6:40 -How Istio integrates with Calico to enable network policy enforcement, Andy Randall from Tigera

7:10 – Q&A break.

7:20 – Talk 2

7:50 – Q&A break and wrap-up

Parking / Transport: Embarcadero BART, Bus station Folsom/Howard

About Silicon Valley Cloud-Native and Kubernetes Meetup Group

Here, we unite professionals in the domain of cloud-native development / deployment who are inspired by all things containers, and Kubernetes.

Register for this event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kubernetes-meetup-in-san-francisco-registration-50681430523


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