Webinar

Providing security and stability to application development

4 décembre 2018 16:00 UTC

Providing security and stability to application development

Enterprises increasingly rely on open source projects to accelerate application development. The benefits of developing with open source include incorporating innovation from outside your organization, attracting and maintaining talent, and providing greater visibility into how the software works. Organizations need to balance these benefits with strategies for mitigating the associated risks, which might include complexity of rapidly changing projects, impacts on stability resulting from varying project maturity, and inconsistent approaches to security.

To mitigate these risks, Red Hat and JFrog offer a stable solution for application development and runtime. Red Hat® OpenShift® provides a solid platform with security for consistent developer workflow and operations, and JFrog Artifactory ensures that developers are using secure packages that are run in the right environment with the best performance characteristics. The combination of both products allows users to gain the benefits of open source while maintaining consistency and security.

This webinar will provide:

  • Details and information about Red Hat OpenShift and JFrog Artifactory.
  • A demonstration showing polyglot application development, tracing the provenance of packages through security policy to the container runtime.

 

Live event date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand date: Available for one year afterward 


Craig Peters

director of product, JFrog

Craig Peters, director of product at JFrog, is a technology generalist concerned with how humans and processes come together to create systems. He is interested in the patterns for infrastructure as code (IaC) and how DevOps and containers can improve things.

Syed M. Shaaf

senior principal product marketing manager, Middleware, Red Hat

Syed M. Shaaf, a senior principal product marketing manager for Red Hat® Middleware, is a technical evangelist focused on developing applications with containers and security in mind. He works with reactive programming like Vert.x and cloud-native application development.