How to securely expose applications running on AKS clusters?

English Intermediate AZURE (APPS & INFRA)

Cloud makes running applications easy. Today even complex Kubernetes cluster can be created with just a few clicks. However how often do we think about security? In IDEMIA we have very strong security requirements for applications running in cloud. Join this session to discover where did we struggle and how do we expose our applications from AKS clusters. You will learn about Azure Firewall, Application Gateway, Mutual TLS, WAF and many more.


Michal Malec

Senior DevOps Engineer at IDEMIA

I started my journey in IT as Junior Java Developer. Quickly I got more and more interested in clouds which resulted in my position change to DevOps Engineer. Right now I mostly work on various cloud services and related topics like containers and Kubernetes. In my day-to-day work I do my best to design, implement and deploy applications that will fulfil customers' requirements.

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