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GitOps on AWS: Managing Governance, Risk and Compliance for Kubernetes on EKS


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Sponsored by WEAVEWORKS

Wednesday, October 7, 2020
1 pm EDT

4 out of 10 enterprises are now running Kubernetes in a production environment today but many still consider security and policy concerns an overwhelming obstacle and bottleneck to innovation. 

The GitOps workflows gives teams a head start as it relies on git’s strong correctness and security. Every pull request has a built-in and fully auditable trail. Many companies need to look beyond just compliance and seek a full GRC solution that’s integral to their workflows.

In this webinar we will discuss and demo, how GitOps workflows 

  • Provide separation of concerns between development and deployment
  • Automate transparency and auditability at all levels
  • Isolate authentication and authorization between concerns
  • Reduce risk through rollback and logging 
Paul Curtis
Principal Solutions Architect - Weaveworks
Paul is a Principal Solutions Architect at Weaveworks, where he provides pre- and post-sales technical expertise. Paul comes from the big data world and machine learning world, having spent seven years at MapR. Paul has served as Senior Operations Engineer for Unami, a startup founded to deliver on the promise of interactive TV for consumers, and was Systems Manager for Spiral Universe, a company providing school administration software as a service. He has also held senior support engineer positions at Sun Microsystems, as well as enterprise account technical management positions for both Netscape and FileNet. Earlier in his career, Paul worked in financial application development for Applix, IBM Service Bureau, and Ticketron.
Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Jonah is a Solutions Architect focusing on container partners at AWS. Before AWS he worked for different startups in the Boston Area, and currently resides in beautiful Portland Maine.

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