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PKI as Code - Automating PKI Deployment with Ansible


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Sponsored by RED HAT

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
1 p.m. ET

PKI infrastructure is one of the most sensitive security solutions in an enterprise environment, subject to careful policy, procedures and compliance demands. It's difficult for PKI solutions to keep pace with the pace of technology innovation, which can hinder new projects.

Using Ansible as an automation and configuration tool, however, can rapidly support new PKI uses cases in drastically shorter time frames than previous manual deployments. The automation capabilities enable test systems to be set up in minutes, and mimic a CI/CD approach that can allow solutions to easily and quickly be deployed to production.

Siemens has used Ansible to enable PKI deployments--that previously took days or weeks to set up--to be deployed in a matter of minutes, without sacrificing security policy and compliance.

In this webinar, you'll learn how to benefit from automation without sacrificing security and compliance and how Ansible can help.

Edgar Pombal
DevOps & Systems Administrator Trustcenter - Siemens
Edgar Pombal has 12+ years of work in IT (Banking Sector, Aviation and Industry), mainly as Systems Administrator and DevOps Engineer. He is a Windows/Linux specialist with experience in PKI, IAM, Automation, Security and Processes. Edgar is a DevOps and Security enthusiast.
Tomas Gustavsson
CTO - PrimeKey
Tomas Gustavsson has a MSc from KTH in Stockholm and has been researching and implementing PKI systems since 1994. He is the founder and developer of the open source enterprise PKI project EJBCA, a contributor to numerous open source projects, and a member of the board of Open Source Sweden. As a co-founder of PrimeKey, Tomas is passionate about helping users worldwide find the best possible PKI and digital signature solutions.

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