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When Kubernetes Goes Bad (And How Policy Enforcement Helps)


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Sponsored by FAIRWINDS

Thursday, December 3, 2020
11 a.m. ET

You are using Kubernetes, things are going well — until they are not. Security vulnerabilities are popping up, you are leaking money and the reliability of your clusters is uncertain. Why is this happening and when?

Join Joe Pelletier, vice president of strategy at Fairwinds, and Robert Brennan, director of open source software at Fairwinds, as they discuss when Kubernetes goes bad.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • What misconfigurations are a problem for security, reliability and efficiency
  • What policies you need in place to overcome these challenges
  • Where Kubernetes misconfigurations creep in
  • Why policy enforcement from CI/CD through production is needed
Joe Pelletier
VP of Products - Fairwinds

Joe is VP of product strategy at Fairwinds, where he is responsible for leading teams that build solutions to bridge the gap between developers, security, and operations. His product experience ranges from lean startup incubations to managing high growth products through to maturity. Prior to Fairwinds, Joe was a director of product management at Veracode, which was acquired by Thoma Bravo in 2018 for $950M.

Robert Brennan
Director of Open Source - Fairwinds

Robert drives software initiatives at Fairwinds with a heavy focus on open source. He has worked for years on developer tooling and software infrastructure, focusing on the development of software that abstracts away the complexity of underlying infrastructure to enable an optimal experience for engineers.

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