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GitOps Best Practices for Continuous Deployment and Progressive Security


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Sponsored by alcide

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
11am ET

GitOps is the new buzzword around the DevOps community, introduced to the world by Weaveworks. Today, many IT and Dev teams are faced with production challenges when struggling to manage multi-cluster environments. Securing DevOps lifecycles with GitOps enables outstanding defenses for common security threats and applying best practices to your CI/CD pipeline. GitOps allows you to have solid configuration management for secure and reliable clusters while reducing complexity and increasing automation.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Key benefits and principals of GitOps;
  • What challenges can GitOps solve?
  • How to manage and maintain cluster lifecycle and security with GitOps.
Gadi Naor
CTO & Co-Founder - Alcide
Gadi Naor has 18 years of engineering experience, from kernel-based development through leading development of cybersecurity products starting his professional career at Check Point.Gadi then joined Altor Networks, a pioneer in virtualized data center security, later acquired by Juniper Networks.
Prior to Alcide, Gadi co-founded Fitfully, at which he served as CTO. Gadi holds a B.A in Computer Science from the Technion Institute of Technology.

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