1800: Drinks, Pizza & Networking
1830: Introduction to Cloud Native Glasgow by David McKay
1900: Kubernetes Container Clustering, Catastrophe? by Rory McCune
Kubernetes Container Clustering, Catastrophe?
Hot on the heels of the rise of containerization, organizations have been looking at how best to orchestrate containerized workflows. One of the leading solutions, Kubernetes, is seeing heavy adoption in many industries including banking and government. Of course with any new, complex technology there's the risk of security problems. This talk is about what I've found in my research, what you need to do to secure Kubernetes and also touches on some of the wider issues of what happens when Open Source projects and large companies collide.
I've been in IT Security for about 15 years now, with the last 10 spent doing security testing (a.k.a ethical hacking) for banks and consultancies. After coming across docker in it's pre-release days on a job, I've spent some time getting to grips with it both to use in testing and also looking at securing docker installations.