SELinux is one of the key security features within Linux. It is a foundational part of many modern technologies like containers. With a history of more than 15 years, SELinux is well known among system administrators—yet too often not activated on outside facing, production systems.
Are you interested in integrating on-premise Red Hat® Enterprise Linux clients and applications with Microsoft Azure Active Directory? Do you have on-premise clients or applications to move to Azure that require active directory for identity management?
Rarely does middleware security enter the conversation, but it should.
Identity management is a complex area. Doing it wrong could lead to constant problems, outages, and a resource drain.
Identity management and authentication are core elements of the security fabric that connects all layers of the modern enterprise.
Red Hat® Satellite was introduced in 2002 as a means to patch and provision systems and to build standard operating environments. While this is still a primary focus, the requirements for systems management are evolving and growing increasingly complex.
There’s a lot going on in the cloud, and a lot of that is open source. Microsoft and Red Hat are bringing a wave of modern open source portfolios to the cloud. Fueled by the cloud, DevOps is becoming commonplace across organizations of all sizes.
In this session, we'll will cover the state of the art of docker container security. We'll also take a look at the future of container security. You'll learn:
-When you should use containers versus virtual machines
-What platform you should run your containers on