Continuous K8s Security Through CI/CD Pipeline & Cl. Nat. In-Memory Data Grid

MaibornWolff GmbH - Versmannstraße 2 Hamburg - View Map Hamburg
Wed, Feb 26, 2020, 6:30 PM (CET)

About this event

Hi Kubernauts,

Our next Meetup in Hamburg will take place on 26th February @MaibornWolff.

Agenda:
6:30pm - Welcome
7:00 pm - Amir Avraham, Alcide.io
7:30 pm - Richard Klavora, Hazelcast
8:00 pm - Food, Drinks & Networking

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Amir Avraham, DevOps Lead at Alcide

"Continuous Kubernetes Security Through Your CI/CD Pipeline – Certificates & Kubernetes"

Abstract:
How to put your K8s security to work? Focus on securing and managing your app rather than worry about vulnerability and misconfiguration slips.
Amir will talk about automating certificates in Kubernetes, implementing it as part of a CI/CD project into our SaaS platform and using Alcide products to secure the deployment from CI to CD.
Fortunately, there is a way to start putting your Kubernetes security to Work automatically.
Kubernetes helps here by allowing developers and operations to work together to automate the deployment which is the first step. Step two is going over some of the DevOps security features that help to meld the Kubernetes platform with the DevOps culture.

Bio:
Amir is bringing years of experience from the IT and DevOps worlds. Amir worked at major cyber brands like Imperva, Sysdig and now is part of the DevOps team at Alcide.
Amir lived in San Francisco Bay area for 7 years and recently moved back to Tel-Aviv, he enjoys swimming, cycling, running and he competes at Triathlons.

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Richard Klavora, Quality Engineer at Hazelcast

"Cloud Native In-Memory Data Grid in Action"

Abstract:
Nowadays in-memory computing is a very important topic as it enables you to easily process data in milliseconds.
Hazelcast gives you the power to do this and now it's available in the cloud!
We will check how easy is to use Hazelcast Cloud, how to use it in real world Java applications and what's the difference between maintaining manually Hazelcast and Cloud solution.

Bio:
Richard just started working more than 6 years as a developer and he can say that, from the beginning it's his passion.
He was working at different companies in different areas (like gambling, e-learning etc..) and currently he's a Quality Engineer at Hazelcast Cloud Team.
His hobby is his job, so in his free time he likes implementing smaller solutions and creating some IoT things (Raspberry Pi, NodeMCU).

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See you there.

When

Wednesday, Feb 26
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM (CET)

Where

MaibornWolff GmbH
Versmannstraße 2 Hamburg