PAST EVENT STREAM (English)
Organized by Proact IT Latvia on June 8
Proact is Europe’s leading specialist in data and information management with a focus on cloud services and data centre solutions.
With the recent acquisition of Conoa, we are helping companies on their journey to Cloud-Native, container technologies, and Kubernetes, by delivering certified training and professional services. Conoa is both a Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP) and Kubernetes Training Partner (KTP). Together with partners, we deliver an ecosystem of solutions, to help you build a modern, secure, and efficient CI/CD environment.
Date: 8th of June, 2022
Time: 10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 10:50 – Your Journey to Kubernetes, Kenneth Albinsson, Conoa (Proact)
We are happy to announce that Kenneth Albinsson will give a highly appreciated introduction to Kubernetes and containers. Kenneth is CTO and co-founder at Conoa (acquired by Proact), which helps companies modernise IT infrastructure with a focus on cloud-native, Kubernetes, and container technologies
11:00 – 11:50 – Container Infrastructure for Cloud-Native Applications, Tony Franck, Hitachi
As EMEA Technical Expert for Hitachi Vantara Tony Franck helps customers and companies to get the values from Hitachi products and solutions on Automation and the Modernisation of datacenters on edge, core, or cloud infrastructure. He has over 25 years of experience in various roles and specializes in designing enterprise quality solutions for both virtualisation and consolidation in customer and cloud datacenters.
12:00 – 12:50 – Data Security, what it requires to recover quickly from a massive Ransomware cyberattack? Sami Laurila, Rubrik
Every 15 seconds in 2021 and every 2 seconds in 2025 some organization will be hit by ransomware attack. How can you build resilience and create a comprehensive strategy to mitigate the risk related to cyberattacks. Rubrik is leader in data security and helping customers to navigate in data risk mitigation in digital world. In this session we are talking about real life examples and how Rubrik will bring value to data security.
13:00 – 14:00 – BREAK
14:00 – 14:50 – Secure Cloud Infrastructure – Identity First, Garrett Bechler, Ermetic
Cloud infrastructure is extremely complex, with thousands of workloads and data resources, service and human identities, and policies and configurations. With so many moving parts, it’s nearly impossible to clearly see or understand what is going on in your AWS, Azure and GCP environments – let alone control it. Efforts are exacerbated by the rapid pace of development, shortages in cloud expertise, and the number of stakeholders.
Ultimately the most important question is – Is my data exposed? Who can access it? Only with clear, contextual, actionable risk insight into all identities, configurations and resources can you begin to grasp effective access and the risk to your data. Find out how an identity-first approach to cloud security can help you reduce your cloud attack surface and blast radius, and stay compliant.
15:00 – 15:50 – Ship code faster with guaranteed outcomes: Mirantis Kubernetes Engine, Stephane Beaumont, Mirantis
Mirantis empower developers and innovators to create extraordinary products and services by automating the discovery, integration and operation of the best cloud and open-source technologies for their unique needs.
16:00 – 16:50 – Unified security and compliance for containers, Kubernetes and cloud. Manfred Buchmann, Sysdig
17:00 – 17:50 – Ensure Holistic Protection for Modern Apps and APIs. Mats Johansson, F5 (NGINX)
Today’s application landscape has changed dramatically. Modern apps are microservices that run in containers, communicate via APIs, and deploy via automated CI/CD pipelines. NGINX App Protect is a modern app security solution that works seamlessly in DevOps environments as a robust WAF or app level DoS defense, helping you deliver secure apps from code to customer.
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