Three great talks covering microservices security, enterprise Kubernetes services and migrating application workloads.
6:00 - 6:30: Networking & Refreshments
6:30 - 7:10: Introducing the Oracle Container Engine, Jon Reeve, Oracle
7:10 - 7:50: Securing cloud-native applications, Haim Helman, Octarine
7:50 - 8:30: Migrating traditional apps to Kubernetes, Yun Qin, Nirmata
An introduction to Oracle OKE (OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes)
-- Jon Reeve, Senior Director of Product Management, Oracle
In this session, we’ll provide an overview of Oracle OKE, why we built it, and how it works.
Securing cloud-native applications
-- Haim Helman, CTO Octarine
Going/gone cloud native? In this talk, learn about zero trust security best practices.
1. How do you identify a microservice and ensure only legitimate communications are established?
2. How do you securely scale communications, while distributing and maintaining credentials / keys among microservices?
3. How do you use topology and policy visibility of your microservices to ensure security and compliance objectives?
4. What are the best practices between policy distribution and enforcement?
5. How do you prevent data exfiltration, attack probes, or workload tampering across your microservice?
Migrating traditional apps to Kubernetes
-- Yun Qin, Kubernetes Software Engineer at Nirmata
Kubernetes provides many ways to model and manage applications. In this talk, we will explore best practices in containerizing and migrating traditional multi-tier applications (i.e. applications with a database, a middle-tier, and a load balancer) to Kubernetes workloads. The talk will also provide live demos of deploying and managing the Kubernetes application on a cloud.