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Ship Apps Faster on AWS with Unified Visibility and Security


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by SYSDIG

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
3 pm EDT

Top performing DevOps teams automate more functions as part of their tool chain, including monitoring and security. With unified visibility and security across AWS tools and services, you can accelerate application delivery. Hear how teams are implementing a secure DevOps workflow to ship apps faster and confidently run them in production.

Learn how you can:

  • Automatically scan for vulnerabilities directly in AWS ECR
  • Detect threats based on syscall data, EKS audit logs and AWS CloudTrail with the open-source Falco engine
  • Scale Prometheus monitoring for services including Fargate and Lambda
  • Continuously validate compliance against PCI, NIST, CIS, etc. 
  • Conduct incident response and forensics for ECS and EKS workloads 
Director of Product Marketing - Sysdig
Pawan Shankar has over 9 years of experience in enterprise networking and security. Previously, he worked for Cisco as an SE and a PM working with large enterprises on datacenter/cloud networking and security solutions. He also spent time at Dome9 (acquired by Check Point) leading their security and compliance product marketing efforts. Pawan holds a B.S in Electrical Engineering from UCLA and a M.B.A from UC Berkeley.
Principal Solutions Architect - AWS
Jonah Jones is a Solutions Architect at AWS working within the APN Program and with container partners to help customers adopt container technologies. Before this, Jonah worked in AWS ProServe as a DevOps Consultant, and several startups in the NorthEast. You can find him on Twitter at @jjonahjon.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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