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Zero-Trust Architecture for Cloud-Native Apps on Hybrid Infrastructure


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Sponsored by AWS partnered with Tetrate 

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Zero-trust architecture is now a requirement across the U.S. government and its appeal to organizations of all types is growing. What does this mean for application development and delivery? Service mesh is the federally recommended reference architecture for zero-trust. It is also a leading solution for applications running on hybrid architecture.

Join AWS and Tetrate to learn how to use service mesh with new and existing applications, moving applications to a zero-trust architecture and enabling them to leverage hybrid infrastructure effectively.

Zack Butcher
Founding Engineer, Istio, Tetrate.io
Zack works as a founding engineer at Tetrate and has helped in a variety of roles across the company, currently as head of Product. At Tetrate he works with some of the largest enterprises in the world to adopt Envoy and Istio. Before Tetrate, Zack was one of the earliest engineers on the Istio project at Google, and currently is in his second term as a community elected representative on the project’s Steering Committee. He co-wrote “Istio: Up and Running” and works actively with NIST to co-author a series of Special Publications forming the authoritative standards for microservice security for the U.S. government, including NIST SP 800-204A and NIST SP 800-204B. He also collaborates with the group on research into cutting-edge access control algorithms and systems. Before Istio, Zack worked across Google Cloud Platform on its central resource hierarchy, service management, identity & access management systems, as well as Google’s internal mesh that Istio draws from.
Anuj Sharma
Solution Architect, Amazon Web Services
Anuj Sharma works as a Sr. container specialist Solution architect at Amazon Web Services . He has been building on AWS for over 8 years. He has hands-on industry experience for over 16 years in application and infrastructure development in Financial Services and Retail Segments. In day time, he collaborates with AWS Partners to build innovative integrations with AWS.

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