Increasing digitalization brings new challenges, especially when it comes to security. For companies handling sensitive data - such as banks, financial institutions and insurance companies - it is a top priority to keep tight control over the assets that protect the very core of their business. These digital assets are called secrets and can come in the form of access tokens, passwords, certificates and encryption keys.
Managing secrets at scale is a challenge that is not just a technical detail, but needs attention from all levels of business. HashiCorp’s Vault can be the central pillar to a solution that strongly mitigates the risk of breached secrets and stolen data.
In this webinar we will have a closer look at these challenges, in the context of applications running on Red Hat's Kubernetes platform OpenShift.
Kapil Arora is a cloud infrastructure automation and devops engineer and works as a Senior Solutions Engineer at HashiCorp. He works in the DACH region and helps customers with PoCs, design and implementation of cloud automation with HashiCorp tools. He is a certified Azure Solutions Architect, Kubernetes Developer, Administrator and HashiCorp Cloud and Security Engineer.
Michael Hofer is Head of Engineering at Adfinis. He’s already planned and implemented many Vault and OpenShift projects, knowing the in and outs.
Kevin Lapagna is a Solution Architect working a Red Hat. He has a broad background in infrastructure and software engineering and works in Switzerland as technical link and advisor between Red Hat itself and the broad network of partners which help our customers create amazing new projects, or boring things that are rock solid.
|10:00 - 10:10||Welcome and Introductions|
|10:10 - 10:30||Overview1|
|10:30 - 10:50||Overview2|
|10:50 - 11:00||Q&A|