Limiting the attack vectors of a cloud-native app

Watch recording from 12 de fevereiro de 2019

Public sector organizations, like commercial companies, are continually focusing on  becoming great technology providers. Technology is becoming an increasingly important component of their mission, and agencies must deliver relevant capabilities more rapidly, consistently, and securely than ever before. To accomplish this feat, they must create a secure supply chain, built on a platform that can run on any infrastructure, whether on-premise or in one or more clouds. 

Development teams expect self-service provisioning of modern tech stacks while providing the ability to automate deployments and code promotion. Operations teams expect the platform to include capabilities such as auto-scaling, aggregated logging, end to end monitoring, auditing, and robust security features. Red Hat® OpenShift® builds on top of Kubernetes, which has emerged as the de-facto application programming interface (API) for cloud portable workloads, and makes it a complete platform for both development and operations teams. Securing continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines built on Red Hat OpenShift should be an essential consideration.

NeuVector, a software company focusing on container network security, uses security features built into Red Hat OpenShift to provide defense in depth for business critical production deployments. This webinar will cover:  

  • Potential attack vectors for container deployments and explain how the combination of Red Hat OpenShift and NeuVector can detect and prevent damaging attacks. 
  • How to integrate security into the pipeline using Red Hat OpenShift and NeuVector automation and integration points.


Live-event date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand date: Available for one year afterward.

John Osborne

principal OpenShift architect, Red Hat

John Osborne is a principal OpenShift architect at Red Hat. He works in the office of Red Hat’s chief technologist and has focused on the role of Kubernetes in government IT modernization for over 3 years. He previously worked at a startup and spent 7 years with the U.S. Navy developing high-performance applications and deploying them to several mission-critical areas across the globe. John is also co-author of OpenShift In Action.

Glen Kosaka

vice president of product management, Neuvector

Glen Kosaka oversees product management and marketing for NeuVector. He has more than  20 years of experience in enterprise security, marketing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and infrastructure software. Glen has held executive management positions at Trend Micro, Provilla, Reactivity, Resonate, Quantum, and Rignite.