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Securing Kubernetes Applications
with HashiCorp Vault


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Sponsored by hashicorp

Thursday, April 30, 2020
11am ET
Applications running in Kubernetes depend on many different sources of secure information, API keys, database credentials, and the ability to encrypt information in transit and at rest. HashiCorp Vault can manage all of these different secret sources and also allows you to apply a consistent workflow across them.

In this talk, we look at HashiCorp Vault and how it can be integrated into your Kubernetes workflow, fulfilling all your application's secret needs. We take a high-level overview of Vault's architecture and what it means for you as a developer or operator. Examine Vault's security model and how it integrates with Kubernetes. And finally, look at three simple usage patterns, how to migrate Kubernetes secrets into HashiCorp Vault, how to use Vault to generate x509 certificates to secure your applications, and how you can use Vault as encryption as a service to secure data at rest.

Nic Jackson
Developer Advocate - Hashicorp
Nic is a developer advocate at HashiCorp and the author of "Building Microservices in Go," a book that examines the best patterns and practices for building microservices with the Go programming language.

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