15:00 - 16:00 (UTC+02)

Talk (60 min)

Workshop: Securing (and Observing) Kubernetes clusters with Cilium and eBPF - Part 2/2

Getting Kubernetes up and running and deploying your first application is relatively easy, managing them securely on scale however can be quite a challenge. Knowing what applications are communicating with each other and how to restrict, verify, and debug traffic policies is a real game changer for complex environments.

Open Source
Cloud Native

Cilium is an open source container network interface (CNI) for Kubernetes to secure and observe network connectivity between container workloads built on top of eBPF and is an official CNCF project. It provides transparent network encryption, multi-mesh connectivity, traffic observability, network policy management and debugging, and security forensic and auditing.

Join us for this workshop where we will get our hands dirty with setting up policies to inspect and secure the traffic to and from your Kubernetes applications.

Hans Kristian Flaatten

Platform Engineering at the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV) responsible for the NAIS platform. NAIS is an application platform built to increase development speed by providing our developers at NAV with the best possible tools to develop and run their applications.

Previously Chief Consultant and DevOps Practice Lead for TietoEVRY where I drove culture and competency building for DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and Cloud Native practices internally and for customers in public government, telecom, banking and insurance sectors.

Open Source, DevOps, and Cloud Native evangelist. Member of the Node.js Foundation where I manage test and release of official Node.js versions and the official Docker Image for Node.js with 10M+ downloads.

Organiser of DevOps Bergen, Bergen NoSQL User Groups, and Co-Organiser of the DevOps Days Oslo Conference. I speak at various other local, and national, user groups and conferences on Open Source, open data, Cloud Native, and other new and exciting technologies and practices.

Øyvind Randa

Technology enthusiast. Lead Organizer for GDG Bergen and working as System Architect at NextGenTel