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Kubernetes Guardrails and Why You Need Them

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Wednesday, July 13, 2022
11 a.m. ET

Kubernetes guardrails allow developers to work with Kubernetes securely, ensuring compliance and cost-effectiveness so their code can reach production without succumbing to common pitfalls.

But where do you get started with Kubernetes guardrails? And why should you care? This talk will give an overview of why guardrails are important and explore common examples that your platform team should be putting in place.

Robert Brennan
Vice President, Product Development, 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.
RACHEL SWEENEY
Insights Enablement Engineer, Fairwinds
Rachel is an insights enablement engineer at Fairwinds. Her work consists of helping clients manage their Kubernetes clusters so they can spend more time focusing on delivering value to their customers. She also works with her team to identify common problems in Kubernetes to drive software development for Fairwinds.

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