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5 Kubernetes Security Tools You Should Use 


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Sponsored by fairwinds

Thursday, July 30, 2020
11 am ET

Kubernetes enables teams to strike a balance between velocity and security. It abstracts away just enough of the infrastructure layer to enable developers to deploy freely without sacrificing governance and risk controls. However, configuration mistakes are easy to make and can lead to DoS attacks or security breaches.

Fortunately, Kubernetes has some great tools  for hardening your clusters. Join Fairwinds VP of Products, Joe Pelletier, and Director of Open Source, Robert Brennan, as they discuss five of the tools you should use to secure your clusters. Here are the first three:

  • Kubernetes Ingress Policy for DoS Protection
  • RBAC
  • Network Policy

Join us for the event to learn more about these tools and their benefits.

VP of Product - Fairwinds
Joe heads up product and strategy at Fairwinds. He is passionate about building great teams and solutions that bridge the gap between developers, security, and operations.
Director of Open Source - Fairwinds
Robert drives software initiatives at Fairwinds with a heavy focus on open source. He helps companies adopt and maintain Kubernetes clusters in a secure, scalable, and user-friendly way.

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