Sponsored by StackRox
October 22, 2019
1 PM ET
Kubernetes has emerged as the orchestrator of choice, enabling companies to scale and automate the container infrastructure at the heart of their innovative business apps.
Forward-thinking enterprise technology groups are taking that innovation a step further, leveraging Kubernetes not just to orchestrate their containerized SaaS platforms but to also secure them.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
• The top security and privacy challenges confronting cloud-native enterprise stacks.
• Why a focus on Kubernetes-native security is crucial to securing containers.
• Ways to leverage Kubernetes-based security to simplify compliance, operations and triage.
• How to tap into Kubernetes’ control capabilities to protect your infrastructure.
Join Michael Basil, enterprise systems engineer at SAP, for this lively discussion. You’ll also learn about the features built into Kubernetes you can use to enable security that’s built in, not bolted on.
Michael Basil, Enterprise Systems Engineer, SAP
Michael Basil currently works for SAP as an enterprise systems engineer. He is the co-architect of project Everest (culture refinement framework model) and the co-architect of immutable hybrid-cloud K8S frame for Fieldglass LoB. He co-founded Uprising Technology, a system for identity confirmation and records management patent. Prior, he was a systems thinking consultant, doing technology consulting for MacArther Foundation, Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. He is a certified Kubernetes application developer with CNCF.
Alan Shimel, CEO, MediaOps
An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.