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How to Run Kubernetes Securely
and Efficiently


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Sponsored by fairwinds

Thursday, May 7, 2020
1pm ET

Managed Kubernetes services like Google’s GKE, Amazon’s EKS, and Azure’s AKS have made it much easier to spin up a Kubernetes Cluster. However, many DevOps teams lack visibility into the security and efficiency of workloads moving from development to operations. On top of that, staying ahead of problematic configurations is a heavy, manual effort.

Join Joe Pelletier, Fairwinds’ VP of Product and Robert Brennan, Fairwinds’ Fairwinds’ Director of Open Source as they discuss how to run Kubernetes securely and efficiently at scale. They’ll also cover open source tools that engineering leaders are successfully using with Kubernetes to improve the reliability, security, and scalability of their applications.

Are you currently running Kubernetes, but you’re concerned that you aren’t following security best practices? Is your production environment hitting resource limitations? Are you considering Kubernetes, but have several questions around how you will monitor and secure it? This webinar will provide you with the right knowledge and insights for running Kubernetes securely and reliably at scale.

Joe Pelletier
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.
Robert Brennan
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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