Cloud Native Computing Meetup | February 2022

Feb 24, 2022 · Zürich, Switzerland

Please join our February 2022 CNC meetup which will take place online via Zoom, on Thursday, February 24th 2022 at 16:00 CET.

Agenda:

16:00 – Welcome & Intro
16:05 – Session 1: "Bringing confidential computing to Kubernetes: Project MarbleRun" by Moritz Eckert (Edgeless Systems GmbH)
16:45 – Session 2: "Distroless Docker Images" by Melissa McKay (JFrog)
17:25 – Session 3: "What is Cilium & eBPF?" by Thomas Graf (Isovalent)
18:05 – Final words

Session 1: "Bringing confidential computing to Kubernetes: Project MarbleRun"
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I'll introduce the open-source project MarbleRun and discuss the challenges that arise when you deploy confidential workloads on Kubernetes. MarbleRun is the control plane for confidential computing, designed to run on Kubernetes. It is an open-source solution that extends the confidentiality, integrity, and verifiability properties of a single secure enclave to a Kubernetes cluster. MarbleRun does not replace your service mesh; it is built to run alongside your existing cloud-native tooling. I’ll demo how to build a confidential cloud-native app and run it with Kubernetes, Linkerd and MarbleRun.

Moritz Eckert leads cloud-related development at Edgeless Systems and is the primary maintainer of MarbleRun. Moritz is a seasoned engineer and has presented at top-tier conferences including Usenix Security Symposium and Conf42 in the past. Moritz is part of Shellphish, one of the highest-ranked competitive hacking groups in the world.

Session 2: "Distroless Docker Images"
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Securing a Docker image does not just stop at securing the software you put into it, you also have to deal with the base image security issues. This is where a Distroless Docker image helps you, by reducing the potential attack vectors of your Docker image, you will end up with a more secure and scanner-friendly product. In this talk, Melissa will show how you can build these “Distroless” Docker images and the advantages of doing so.

Melissa McKay is a long-time developer/software engineer turned international speaker and is currently a Developer Advocate on the JFrog Developer relations team, sharing in the mission to improve the developer experience with DevOps methodologies. Her background and experience as a software engineer span a slew of languages, technologies, and tools used in the development and operation of enterprise products and services. She is a mom, Java Champion, Docker Captain, co-author of the upcoming book DevOps Tools for Java Developers, a huge fan of UNconferences, and is always on the lookout for ways to grow and learn. She has spoken at Kubecon, DockerCon, CodeOne, JFokus, Java Dev Day Mexico, the Great International Developer Summit, and is part of the JCrete and JAlba UNconference teams. Given her passion for teaching, sharing, and inspiring fellow practitioners, you are likely to cross paths with her in the conference circuit — both online and off!

Session 3: "What is Cilium & eBPF?"
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Abstract: coming soon!

Speaker: Thomas Graf, CTO and co-founder of Isovalent.

The event will be recorded and made available later on VSHN's YouTube channel: https://vshn.tv – subscribe to be notified of updates!

We expect all participants to abide by VSHN's Conference Code of Conduct: https://www.vshn.ch/en/code-of-conduct/

If you would like to talk about your cloud-native projects in the CNC Switzerland meetup events, just send us your talk suggestion here: https://cnc-meetup.ch – we look forward to hearing from you!

Looking forward to seeing you online!

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  • Cloud Native Computing Switzerland

    Cloud Native Computing means to create and drive the adoption of a new computing paradigm that is optimized for modern distributed systems environments capable of scaling to tens of thousands of self healing multi-tenant nodes. We are committed to advancing the development of cloud native technology and services by creating a new set of common container technologies informed by technical merit and end user value, and inspired by Internet-scale computing. There are many open source projects running under th

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