Scaling cloud infrastructure is critical to driving business growth and serving customers. DevOps teams face the challenge of scaling without sacrificing speed and security.
Data platform powerhouse Splunk embraces infrastructure-as-code to securely scale their web properties. Using Signal Sciences web application firewall (WAF) and HashiCorp Terraform provider saves Splunk engineers time and provides a paper trail for security compliance audits.
Join Ian Fox, Cloud Security Engineer, to learn how Splunk automates WAF configuration tasks including rules, lists, alerts, and signals. You'll discover how Splunk engineers use infrastructure-as-code as part of their security strategy.
See how Terraform enables DevOps teams to secure cloud environments—watch the webinar recording now.
Taylor is a senior developer advocate at HashiCorp where he works on infrastructure tools that enable innovation. Taylor works closely with open source communities, and is passionate about Kubernetes, Terraform, and solving problems with distributed systems. You can usually find Taylor buried deep in a book, preparing a technical talk, or running with his two dogs.
Ian is a cloud security engineer at Splunk. He is a recent graduate of the University of Waterloo where he earned his Bachelor of Computer Science. Ian has strong interests in fuzzing, Kubernetes, and Rust, and outside of work enjoys reading, locksport, and hiking.
Alfred is a senior product manager at Signal Sciences responsible for modules and the product deployment experience. Prior to Signal Sciences, he worked on various enterprise security products in the endpoint security, vulnerability management, and application security spaces.