Twistlock: Securing Cloud Native Applications on OpenShift: A Full Lifecycle Approach
Cloud native applications running on Red Hat OpenShift change the security paradigm for leading enterprises. No longer a siloed approach, leading platforms like OpenShift require security integrated across the application lifecycle that includes capabilities for host, images, containers, and orchestrator. This presentation will cover best practices from Docker images to Kubernetes orchestration.
Red Hat: OpenShift Roadmap / OpenShift 4.0 is coming!
Hear the latest on the OpenShift product Roadmap as Red Hat is continually introducing new features. Over the next few releases, we will be introducing a number of capabilities from our CoreOS/Tectonic acquisition such as Prometheus (monitoring), Operator Framework (automation), Container OS, and more. The OpenShift Roadmap for Istio (Service Mesh) will also be explained.
What to expect
Please join us at Pinstripes where we'll be be providing appetizers and drinks. We'll also have some SWAG and a couple raffle items.
· 5:00pm - Come join us in Ballroom A for food/drink.
· 6:00pm - Twistlock: Securing Cloud Native Applications on OpenShift
· 7:00pm - OpenShift Roadmap / OpenShift 4.0 is coming!
Feel free to stay will us a while, and mingle outside on the private events balcony overlooking Centennial Lakes and depending on the weather, sit around the fire pit!
Speaker: Keith Mokris, Product Marketing Lead, Twistlock
Keith Mokris leads Product Marketing at Twistlock to tell the story around how enterprises can leverage the Twistlock cloud-native cybersecurity platform to secure their modern applications. Previously, Keith was in charge of product marketing at NowSecure, helping enterprises integrate mobile application security testing into their development pipelines and isolate critical vulnerabilities via penetration testing. In his free time, he is a landscape and street photographer.
Speaker: Scott England-Sullivan, OpenShift Solution Architect/Apache Committer, Red Hat
Scott England-Sullivan is a Container Specialist Architect with Red Hat who works with Fortune 500 organizations to establish and grow modern AppDev practices and approaches.
Scott has spent the last 20 years in the software development field where most recently he spent 3 years as the Team and Solution Architect for Lockheed Martins FAA SWIM program followed by 4 years as an Integration and Messaging Domain Architect with Red Hat’s services organization. More recently, Scott spent two years working as the API, Integration, and Container Domain Architect for Red Hat’s NA Public Sector and in March of 2018, he was able to come home to Minneapolis where he now works with strategic commercial organizations coaching them in how to establish API First Container Driven Modernization practices.
Scott is also a Committer with the Apache Camel project as well as a contributor to a number of additional open source projects.