From IBM Cloud
Phil is a Distinguished Engineer & CTO, leading Container and Linux OS Architecture Strategy for IBM Cloud. Phil is currently an OSS maintainer in the Docker (now Moby) engine project, the CNCF containerd project, and is a member of both the Open Container Initiative (OCI) Technical Oversight Board and the Moby Technical Steering Committee. Phil is a member of the CNCF Ambassadors program and has broad experience in open source and the container ecosystem.
Phil speaks worldwide at industry and developer conferences as well as meetups on topics related to open source, Docker, and Linux container technology. Phil blogs regularly on these topics on at https://integratedcode.us and can be found on Twitter as @estesp.
Adoption of both containers and Kubernetes has continued to increase rapidly across our industry. At the same time, knowledge of how to adopt these technologies in the most secure way is unevenly spread. Even with so much information available through blogs, online resources, and conference talks, developers who are new to these technologies can easily get confused with conflicting information and/or vendor-specific views of what it even means to run containers securely!
In this talk we will look at the core components of a Kubernetes-based container infrastructure and application deployment architecture and talk about the options and best practices at each layer for deploying and running applications in a secure way. We will also look at the ever-growing ecosystem of tooling--spanning both open source and vendor-specific--that can help developers and operators run their applications in the most secure way.