DevSecOps is the Way: Monthly OpenShift Security Series
March 25, 2021 | by
Starting March 2021 the Red Hat Security Ecosystem team is happy to announce our monthly OpenShift series, “DevSecOps is the Way” In this series you will learn how Red Hat weaves together DevOps and Security to master the force called DevSecOps. We explain how to assemble Red Hat products and our security ecosystem partners to aid in your journey to master deploying a comprehensive DevSecOps solution.
Every month we present a different security topic and use cases. Topics are aligned with products and technologies from Red Hat and our software partners (ISVs). Our series brings in industry experts to discuss how to weave together culture, process, and technology.
Every month you can look forward to:
Two (2) different OpenShift TV Shows : Wed, 1pm Eastern and Thursday, 2pm Eastern
Network Controls: Segmentation methods that let you control, segregate, and visualize Kubernetes traffic to isolate tenants and secure communications flows between containerized applications and microservices.
Platform Security: Foundational features for securing the underlying container host as well the container platform.
Our first March OpenShift TV show episode is on the new Red Hat Vulnerability Scanner Certification. Experts from Red Hat and IBM’s X-Force discuss how vulnerability scanning impacts real world customers. Catch the replay at this link:
Steve Ocepek, IBM X-Force Red
Jeremy West, Manager, Red Hat Product Security Engineering
Dave Meurer, Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat Global Security ISVs
We are excited to provide all this great Security content to you each month. Please check our web site often. We will update it with links to past and future content.
Bring your light saber and be ready to train hard... may the DevSecOps be with you!
Overview The policy framework in Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) is a powerful feature that help you to govern your configurations across multiple clusters. You can enforce ...
Introduction By default, the OpenShift Container Platform registry is not exposed outside of the cluster at the time of installation. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security can be used to scan images held ...