Security and compliance are two hot topics when it comes to container-based applications. In this episode, we take a look at why that is and what it means to you as well as how Red Hat OpenShift can help make your software more reliable and more secure. We are joined by three guests today, Doron Caspin and Mark Russel, from the OpenShift product management team, and Juan Osorio Robles, a.k.a. Ozz, from the engineering team.

Our guests delve into how the compliance Operator, in conjunction with the file integrity Operator, lets OpenShift Container Platform admins describe the desired compliance state of a cluster and provides them with an overview of gaps and ways to remediate them. In addition, we spent some time discussing the intrinsic features of Red Hat CoreOS, like FIPS mode, to help bring security both to the platform and applications.

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