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Managing Open Policy Agent at Scale


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Sponsored by STYRA

Wednesday, April 21, 2021
3 p.m. ET

In our containerized application world, Open Policy Agent (OPA) has become the de facto standard for building security and compliance guardrails into our apps and development processes. But managing OPA at scale is about more than just writing authorization policy.

In this session, Tim Hinrichs, CTO of Styra and co-founder/inventor of the CNCF graduated project Open Policy Agent, will show examples of how to manage OPA authorization policies across the stages of app development, deployment and runtime. Learn best practices from the largest OPA deployments, including:

  • How to build and distribute policy-as-code across your apps and infrastructure.
  • How to shift security left and bring policy into your development culture, without manual overhead.
  • How to ensure you’ve got monitoring, impact analysis, and an ongoing audit trail to ensure your OPA deployment is a success.
Tim Hinrichs
Co-founder of the Open Policy Agent project and CTO - Styra
Tim Hinrichs is a co-founder of the Open Policy Agent project and CTO of Styra. Before that, he co-founded the OpenStack Congress project and was a software engineer at VMware. Tim spent the last 18 years developing declarative languages for different domains such as cloud-computing, software-defined networking, configuration management, web security, and access-control. He received his PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University in 2008.

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