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Containerized AppSec from Code to Production w/ Snyk, Sysdig and AWS


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Modern applications and DevOps technology, particularly container and serverless workloads, have blurred the boundaries between code and applications in a running environment.

Code now defines containers, services and infrastructure provisioning. An effective security strategy requires a DevSecOps solution that can bridge the gap between security practitioners’ context in runtime, and an engineering team’s code in development, all without affecting developer performance and speed-to-market.

As a result, Snyk and Sysdig have partnered to help developers and security teams easily find and fix open source and container vulnerabilities in development, then analyze running workloads in production to identify vulnerable packages executed at runtime. This secures apps as they’re built and protects workloads in runtime.

In this session, experts from Snyk, Sysdig and AWS will demonstrate how to:

  • Detect and fix vulnerable open source dependencies during coding
  • Eliminate vulnerabilities by upgrading to recommended, secure base images
  • Automate threat detection and alerting across containers and Kubernetes
  • Identify and prioritize vulnerabilities in container packages used at runtime to eliminate noise
  • Automate quick fixes throughout the application development lifecycle
Clinton Herget
Principal Solutions Specialist, Containers & IaC - Snyk
Clinton Herget is Principal Solutions Specialist in containers and IaC at Snyk, where he focuses on helping our large enterprise and public sector clients on their journey to DevSecOps. A seasoned technologist, Clinton spent his 15+-year career prior to Snyk as a web software engineer, DevOps consultant, cloud solutions architect and technical director in the systems integrator space, leading client delivery of complex agile technology solutions. Clinton is passionate about empowering software engineers and is a frequent conference speaker, developer advocate and everything-as-code evangelist.
Shashiraj Jeripotula
Senior Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Shashiraj Jeripotula (Raj) is a San Francisco-based Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. He works with various independent software vendors (ISVs), and partners who specialize in cloud management tools and DevOps to develop joint solutions and accelerate cloud adoption on AWS.
Eric Carter
Director of Product Marketing - Sysdig
Eric is Director of Product Marketing focused on Sysdig’s partner ecosystem. Eric has worked with enterprise technology solutions across several domains for more than two decades. Prior to Sysdig, Eric led product management and marketing for software-defined storage startup, Hedvig. He has also worked for well-known tech firms including Riverbed and EMC. Eric holds a BA in Public Relations from Pepperdine University.

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