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Comparing OpenShift, Istio and NeuVector Egress Security Controls


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Wednesday, June 2, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Monitoring and preventing egress, or external connections, is quite literally the last line of defense for preventing data from escaping your control. For container environments, security policies controlling egress need to be as simple, powerful, accurate and automated as possible.

Join Tracy Walker of NeuVector and Cameron Skidmore of Red Hat to explore the technical merits of Red Hat OpenShift Network Security Policies, Service Mesh and Layer 7 network rules for egress control in OpenShift environments.

Key Takeaways:

  • Egress control is a key line of defense – don’t take for granted.
  • Learn about egress control approaches that provide increased security while also maintaining performance.
  • Characteristics of advanced egress control

Who should attend?

  • DevSecOps and DevOps
  • Security and Applications Architects
  • Network and Application Security
  • Kubernetes and Platform Architects
Tracy Walker
Sr. Solution Engineer - NeuVector
Tracy Walker has spent over 26 years in I.T. delivering software and technology projects from start-ups to Fortune 100 automating software development processes including continuous integration & deployment (CI/CD), remediation and security. Delivering a vast array of software and technology projects through unique technologies, processes, organizational capabilities and cultures provides deep understanding and empathy of an environment's unique challenges and expert insight identifying potential solutions and their value. It is with this understanding and empathy that Tracy is able to help organizations automate risk-based security both unique to their environment and unconstrained in terms of delivery velocity.
Cameron Skidmore
Global ISV partner solution architect - Red Hat
Cameron is a Red Hat Global ISV partner solution architect. He has experience in enterprise networking, communications, and infrastructure design. He started his career in Cisco networking, later moving into cloud infrastructure technology. He now works as the Ecosystem Solution Architect for the Infrastructure and Automation team at Red Hat, which includes the NeuVector Alliance

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