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Microservices are all the range, and so are security breaches! Learn what you can do to try and have one without the other.
Microservices give you many options. You can pick different technologies, mix synchronous and asynchronous integration techniques or embrace different deployment patterns. But they also give us different options in how we think about securing our systems. Done right, and microservices can increase the security of your vital data and processes. Done wrong, and you can increase the surface area of attack. This talk will discuss the importance of defence in depth, discussing the many different ways in which you can secure your fine-grained, distributed architectures.
Join this talk is you're a developer, an architect, a technical leader, an operations engineer and if you're interested in the design and architecture of services and components.
What You Will Learn
You should come away with a working framework for thinking about AppSec, and also understand how microservices can help (or hinder) building a secure system.
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Keynote: Security and Microservices
Sam Newman, a techie interested in cloud, continuous delivery and microservices. Aside from other things he's committed sporadically to open source projects, spoke at more than a few conferences, and wrote some things including the book Building Microservices for O'Reilly.