The Kubernetes open source cluster management system provides the mechanisms through which you interact with your cluster. You use Kubernetes commands and resources to deploy and manage your applications, perform administration tasks and set policies, and monitor the health of your deployed workloads. When you run a Kubernetes Engine cluster, you also gain the benefit of advanced cluster management features that Google Cloud Platform provides.
Kubernetes makes a orchestrating containers easy, but any technology that changes the way you workflow may impact security. This talk provides an overview of security concerns that come up as you move to containers and Kubernetes. It will go over relevant security features and common pitfalls. Then it will show these features in action as they mitigate the impact of vulnerabilities in a demo web application.
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