Stockholm 7A odenplan
REASONS TO ATTEND
Kenneth Albinsson (CTO of Conoa), Johan Hansson (SEB), Shaun O'Meara (Field CTO Mirantis)
Cloud and Kubernetes adoption led to greater container usage in 2020/2021. Staying up-to-date with the latest trends in security and monitoring for Kubernetes and container environments is more important than ever.
In this session, you’ll hear real-world examples of nearly one billion unique containers deployed in today’s modern global enterprises.
What are the advantages of cloud native programming? This presentation will guide you through the next step into a cloud first strategy. What it means to be cloud native. How does it help you innovate faster while building a robust application with the flexibility of any cloud?
Who cares about how your data is stored, as long as you get a persistent volume?
You do, as soon as you want to measure and troubleshoot performance. In this session I will show you how NetApp can help you do that.
What if we can detect abnormal behavior in the application, container runtime, cloud & cluster environment using the same process?
In this talk, we’ll present Falco (a CNCF project for runtime security) along with Sysdig Secure (a commercial tool).
Marius Holmsen - Sales Specialist Prisma Cloud, Palo Alto Networks
Ok, so you went into DevOps.
Are your Developers waiting for infra resources while your Ops are still having the feeling that they get a product pulled over a wall with no ways to operate it. Let's look how we can mitigate those risks (read: frustrations 😉 with a little help of the Mirantis Kubernetes platform.
We are all (or have been) on a journey to mature our DevOps practices, starting from Waterfall, over Agile and now we are looking to implement Cloud Native Applications. But is your Security practice following this increase in velocity as well?
Kubernetes application pods that rely on Vault to manage their secrets can retrieve them directly via network requests or maintained on a mounted file system through the Vault Injector service via annotations or attached as ephemeral volumes.
Technologies advance faster than ever and if we want to serve our customers the best possible products, we need to be fast as well. Speed and quick adoption are generally not traits that banks are known for. They are known for reliability, stability and consistency.
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