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If you have not registered yet for the main Kubernetes event in North America which will start on December 10th in Seattle, you may be out of luck. The event is sold out and is only taking the waitlist applications. But if you are going, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon promises to be a treat with the content geared for developers, IT professionals, and C-level leaders. The topics will include emerging trends in microservices architectures, cloud deployments…

Promoting Open Source Communities & Kubernetes Security To keep pace with the rapid innovation of a global network of attackers, cybersecurity relies on collaboration. Open source communities are a vital part of that engine of good. We actively contribute to a number of open source efforts related to cybersecurity and machine learning. Wallarm is a proud member of the Linux Foundation and its sister organization, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Libdetection Project, and other open…

It’s that time of the year again and our team is packing up to go to Las Vegas. Our theme this year is DevSecOps. As companies are embracing DevOps processes, adopt continuous development and continuous integration and follow the agile methodology, it becomes obvious that the old security model of requester/approver doesn’t work any more. If the security team waits until the release is coded and tested and only then starts the complete security cycle,…

I have had a chance to pose a few questions to Alexander Golovko, one of the co-founders of Wallarm and our CTO. Here are Alex’s reflections on Wallarm and some technology trends. How did Wallarm get its start? Ivan (Wallarm’s founder) has involved me in various projects on and off since 2010. By 2013 we have arrived at an understanding that this space is ripe for a new product, which thinks like hackers and closes…