Microservices-based applications in containerized environments are inherently difficult to secure. As engineers scale microservices, the API surface area connecting these services grows in size, which makes apps more vulnerable to attack. Security must also scale in tandem.
Developers face the challenge of deploying microservices rapidly while adhering to global security policies to protect apps from attack. How do you balance the competing goals of decentralized microservice deployments and centralized edge policy configurations?
Ambassador joins us for a webinar that will empower DevOps teams to secure rapid release cycles that utilize container orchestration. You will learn the elements of API edge security for distributed apps powered by microservices:
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn tactics for containerized app security!
Matt Turner has worked in the technology sector for 15 years, specializing in customer success and security software. At Datawire, Matt’s focus is customer success and the implementation of strategies, securing application, uptime, and availability in Kubernetes environments. Prior to joining Datawire, Matt worked at Rapid7, Bugcrowd, and Carbon Black. His experience in emerging security technology (vulnerability management and next-gen end-point technology) has proved helpful in understanding the challenges of customers adopting new technologies, like Kubernetes.
Jen is a product marketing manager with Datawire, the company behind the Ambassador Edge Stack. Prior to Datawire, Jen led product marketing efforts at SaaS and engineering software companies.
Brendon Macaraeg leads product marketing for Signal Sciences which protects the web presence of the world’s leading brands. Prior, Brendon led product marketing for the incident response and professional services division of CrowdStrike. He also led product marketing efforts for both the Norton consumer security products and Symantec's enterprise mobility and endpoint management.