Hands-on workshop to implement Calico OS networking and security policy for Azure

In this workshop, learn how to leverage Calico Open Source to secure your workloads in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) environments. You will deploy AKS in your own Microsoft Azure subscription and use Calico as CNI as a security policy engine to manage access between workloads within the cluster and to external resources. We will also touch briefly how to leverage Calico’seBPF capabilities for niche use cases of advanced networking. This workshop will be a combination of hands-on and presentations.

You will come away from this workshop with an understanding of how to deploy AKS and implement Calico as not only the CNI but also as the security policy engine.


About the speakers

Edi Recica Solution Architect, Luminis

Working since 1999, has an extensive interest in IT in general and a passion for Cloud infrastructure and security in particular.
Currently working at Alliander - the largest Dutch electricity and gas Distribution System Operator (DSO) - as a Solution architect within the System Operations department for the virtual grid.

Jurgen Allewijn Cloud architect, Luminis

Working in IT since 1992. Always had a focus on the infrastructure side of IT. Passionate about virtualization, cloud (native), and Kubernetes.
Currently working as the lead cloud architect of the Azure-based cloud platform of the City of Amsterdam.