Right way to expose Azure K8s Services & Detecting activity in the K8s event log


Mar 13, 2019, 5:30 – 8:30 PM

In-person event

About this event

Hi Kubernauts,

Our next Meetup in Amsterdam will take place on 13th March @Cinq ICT.

6:30pm - Admission, Food & Drinks
7:00 pm - Thijs Cramer
7:30 pm - Mateo Burillo
8:00 pm - Networking


Thijs Cramer (DevOps engineer)

"Case Study: Defining the right way to expose Azure Kubernetes Services"

In this case study, we will explain our (starting) journey into AKS, Ingress Controllers (and their flaws), default exposure of AKS service, and securing these in an enterprise environment.


Mateo Burillo, Sysdig

"Detecting suspicious activity in the Kubernetes event log"

Kubernetes produces an endless stream of API events that are often overlooked and underused. In this talk we are going to integrate the Kubernetes event audit log with an external engine - Falco, open source - using its native webhook forwarder.
Attendees will learn how to create custom Falco rules to automatically analize this log and detect unwanted activity.


See you there.



Wednesday, March 13, 2019
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM UTC


  • Alessandro Vozza


    Lead Organizer

  • William Rizzo


    Lead Architect - Professional Services