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AWS Fargate lets you focus on deploying and managing your applications without worrying about infrastructure. But how do you get visibility into a serverless environment to detect and respond to workload threats?

In this session, Sysdig and AWS will discuss how to tackle the unique challenges of securing serverless environments. You’ll learn how the right tooling can help you meet your cloud security goals, address compliance requirements and reduce business risk.

Join us to learn:

  • The benefits of AWS Fargate and key use cases for serverless containers
  • How to automate security and visibility for serverless containers at scale
  • The role of open source projects like Falco in achieving deep visibility on AWS
  • How unifying cloud and container security helps you detect and respond to threats faster
Eric Carter
Direct of Product Solutions - Alliances Sysdig, Inc.
Eric is Director of Product Solutions focused on Sysdig’s cloud, container, and technology partner ecosystem. Eric has has lead teams at several enterprise technology solutions across domains including security, monitoring, storage, and backup. Previously, Eric worked with software-defined storage startup, Hedvig, and held positions at well-known tech firms including Riverbed and EMC. Eric holds a BA in Public Relations from Pepperdine University.
RANJIT KALIDASAN
Partner Solution Architect - AWS
Ranjit works for the AWS ISV Partner team. As a partner solutions architect, Ranjit supports AWS strategic ISV partners building complex cloud architectures and helps them integrate their solutions with AWS products and services. Before AWS, Ranjit has worked with several global system integrators at various positions, including system/data architect supporting enterprise data warehouse servers for Fortune 500 customers.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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