Kubernetes Security Best Practices for DevOps

DevNation Federal DECONSTRUCTED - How Oak Ridge National Laboratory leverages Kubernetes and OpenShift

Oak Ridge National Labs (ORNL) has a long and storied history - formed in the crucible of the Second World War as part of the Manhattan Project, ORNL is the largest science and energy national lab in the Department of Energy system. Located in Oak Ridge, TN - their scientific pursuits continue to solve challenges in energy, advanced materials and physics. They are currently host to Summit, one of the world's fastest supercomputers.

We’ll sit down with Jason Kincl and hear how OpenShift, RHEL and a variety of other open source tools are helping scientists take advantage of all the resources at Oak Ridges disposal, and shorten the gap from theoretical to hard science. We’ll also share the power of leveraging Kubernetes/OpenShift and the importance of keeping it secure as well as compliant.

Ali Golshan, Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, StackRox @a_golshan
Jason Kincl, HPC Systems Engineer, National Center for Computational Sciences, Oak Ridge National Laboratory @JasonKincl
Adam Clater, Chief Architect, Red Hat @aclater

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