Continuous Delivery helps to keep your software and Docker images updated and deploy new versions in production easily. Microservices are great at reducing the attack vector and limiting the privileges or credentials access of each piece of your application. Containers provide an opportunity to implement better security, small, inmutable, single process and purpose.
In this session, we will discover real use case examples on how to make your CI/CD pipeline interact with Docker security tools. But security doesn’t stop where your deployment pipeline ends. How can we prepare for 0-days and policy violations that happen at run-time? Can we make it part of the CI/CD process?
Required audience experience
Medium to experienced in Docker and security
Objective of the talk
You will walk away having learned: