Securing Red Hat OpenShift Containerized Applications At Enterprise Scale

Webinar

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Sponsored by cyberark


Wednesday, June 24, 2020
1pm EDT

Improve and simplify securing Red Hat OpenShift containerized environments by leveraging CyberArk’s secrets management solutions and out-of-the-box certified integrations. This demo heavy technical session expands on the prior webinar and uses demos and examples to give practical guidance on how to improve securing your organization’s containerized applications. All while avoiding impacting developer velocity.

This session will provide:

  • A clear understanding of the challenges and requirements for securing Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift containerized environments at enterprise scale
  • The benefits of enhancing the native secrets management and security capabilities of OpenShift with CyberArk’s certified integrations
  • Guidance to address common security challenges, including achieving enterprise scale and availability, minimizing the time spent on audit and compliance requests, avoiding problems with developer adoption
  • Practical steps to get started using Conjur Open Source and next steps

CyberArk, the global leader in privileged access management, offers the industry’s most complete solution for securing both the credentials and secrets used by applications, Playbooks, scripts and other non-human identities, as well as human users. CyberArk solutions are deployed at many of the world’s largest enterprises including over half the Fortune 500.

Vijay Arungurikai
Senior Solutions Architect - ISV & Embedded Partners, Red Hat
Vijay is a Senior Solutions Architect for Embedded and ISV partners at Red Hat. He has over 21 years of experience designing and building distributed applications using various technologies. He has spent the last four years moving legacy applications to the Cloud and building Cloud-Native applications on the OpenShift Container Platform.
Jody Hunt
Strategic Solutions Engineer - CyberArk
Jody has held diverse technical roles in software development, sales and marketing. He has been an enthusiastic promoter of DevOps principles since 2010. In 2015 he became aware of the growing security gap represented by automation. That led him to Conjur, Inc. in January of 2017, just 4 months before the secrets management company’s acquisition by CyberArk. He graduated the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Computer Science.

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