This year’s Multi-Cloud Conference co-hosted by NIST and Tetrate will focus on DevSecOps and ZTA as foundational approaches to development, deployment, and operational phases for achieving high-assurance cloud native applications. Featured speakers will include: Kelsey Hightower, Principal Engineer, Google Cloud; André Mendes, Department of Commerce CIO; Zack Butcher, Tetrate Founding Engineer; and NIST Fellow, Ronald Ross.
The latest generation of cloud native applications often consists of a collection of microservices that could be distributed and deployed across a heterogeneous infrastructure (on-premises, public cloud, containerized, running on virtual machines, etc). With the proliferation of DevSecOps, a service mesh has proven to provide the desired bridge between infrastructure and microservices to transparently add security, connectivity, observability, and reliability without any additional code. Service mesh plays a critical role in the incorporation of zero trust design principles and in the adoption of the DevSecOps paradigm that are essential to high operational assurances for this class of applications.
This conference will feature presentations by domain experts, practitioners, and thought leaders in DevSecOps and Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) deployments, as well as demonstrations of proof-of-concept use cases in multi-cloud environments. Presentations will address the following:
Entrepreneurs, students, and cybersecurity professionals are encouraged to attend!
Join a day early for a deep-dive, 2.5-hour training.
In this session we’ll showcase a real-life deployment implementing Zero Trust Architecture, by deploying and describing the Platform One stack. This training will demonstrate how and why to use these tools to solve the challenges of security, observability, networking, and multi-cloud. We’ll walk through a real Platform One deployment showcasing the use of Istio, Kubernetes, and other tools to build in-app and user-level security permissions, encryption in transit, enhanced identity and access controls, and provide runtime observability required to achieve a zero trust platform in practice. Throughout, you’ll have experts in the room to answer questions.