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How to Manage OPA in Kubernetes


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Sponsored by fairwinds

Thursday, April 8, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The CNCF recently announced the graduation of Open Policy Agent (OPA). OPA is an open source, general-purpose policy engine that enables unified, context-aware policy enforcement across the entire stack. OPA has demonstrated widespread adoption, an open governance process, feature maturity, and a strong commitment to community, sustainability, and inclusivity to graduate.

In a survey of more than 150 organizations, 91% indicated they use OPA in some stage of OPA adoption from QA to production. For engineering leaders, how can they apply the benefits of OPA across multi-clusters and multiple teams consistently?

In this webinar, we look at the benefits of OPA, some sample policies and steps you can take to implement OPA consistently. You’ll learn:

  • How to proactively align your Kubernetes clusters with both best practices and internal policies
  • How to run OPA at each step in the development and deployment process
  • How OPA can bridge the gap between Dev and Ops
Robert Brennan
Director of Open Source - Fairwinds
Robert drives software initiatives at Fairwinds with a heavy focus on open source. He has worked for years on developer tooling and software infrastructure, focusing on the development of software that abstracts away the complexity of underlying infrastructure to enable an optimal experience for engineers.
Bader Boland
Senior Developer - Fairwinds
Bader is a Senior Developer at Fairwinds working on Fairwinds Insights and Polaris by Fairwinds. He has more than a decade of engineering experience developing and deploying enterprise kubernetes clusters in the healthcare and insurance industries.

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