SOURCE: Apcera

Apcera

November 05, 2015 09:00 ET

Apcera to Highlight Strategies for Container Security and Importance of Policy for Configuring Docker and Kubernetes at IC3, KubeCon and DockerCon Europe

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 5, 2015) - The rapid adoption of modern cloud technologies -- including Docker and Kubernetes -- by enterprise development and DevOps teams has spurred growing concern around trust, policy and security in the new era of "modern IT." Apcera, the world's only trust-first cloud platform, today announced a series of upcoming presentations at IC3: 2015 IT Cloud Computing Conference, the inaugural KubeCon event and DockerCon Europe. Apcera executives will discuss strategies that businesses can employ to drive innovation forward while ensuring trust and confidence that their infrastructure is secure.

Apcera executives will present at the following conferences in November:

  • 2015 IT Cloud Computing Conference: Ken Robertson, Chief Architect at Apcera, will participate in a panel on container security and DevOps culture at the 2015 IT Cloud Computing Conference. The panel, hosted by Alex Williams of The New Stack, will take place on Monday, November 9, 2015 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm PST at San Jose State University.

  • KubeCon 2015: At this year's inaugural KubeCon event, Neeraj Gupta, SVP of product and engineering at Apcera, will lead the "Kubernetes, The Day After" session on how policy can be used to scale Kubernetes; the session will take place on Monday, November 9, 2015 from 4:20pm - 4:50pm PST in the Ralston Ballroom of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

    In addition, Ken Robertson, Chief Architect at Apcera, will participate in a panel titled, "Evolution of PaaS", outlining the changes in PaaS technology over the last decade; the session will take place on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 11:30am - 12:00pm PST in the Ralston Ballroom of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

  • DockerCon Europe: Apcera's lead software architect Josh Ellithorpe will present on "Authentication and Policy Enforcement for Docker," from 4:25 - 4:40pm. (16:25 to 16:40 CET) in Room 118-119 on Tuesday, November 17 at Centre de Convencions Internacional de Barcelona, Spain.

While the new world of cloud and modern IT offers a radically new way for businesses to innovate, it also brings on new vulnerabilities due to a lack of visibility, proper controls and security. The Apcera platform was built to instill trust and confidence and to deploy, orchestrate and govern any Linux-based application or workload on and across any cloud environment -- from private and public to hybrid and multi-cloud. With the ability to span multiple cloud environments, Apcera provides developers and ITOps unprecedented performance and transparency into control for their workflows, helping businesses drive innovation and bring new products and services to market faster, all on a secure and trusted platform.

About Apcera
The Apcera trusted cloud platform is a highly secure, policy-driven multi-cloud platform for cloud-native applications, containers, microservices and legacy applications. Apcera enables developers and DevOps teams to use any modern tool or software they want while giving IT and Operations teams the assurance that their infrastructure is safe and secure. With Apcera, companies can innovate at speed with full confidence and trust.

Global 2000 companies use Apcera to securely develop, deploy, orchestrate and govern diverse workloads across multiple cloud providers, resulting in lower cost, faster time to market, and mitigated risk. Apcera is headquartered in San Francisco. For more information, visit http://www.apcera.com, read the company's blog or follow on Twitter: @apcera.

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