As companies embrace SecDevOps, new challenges arise as different teams need to learn new concepts and technologies that aren't normally associated with their day-to-day responsibilities. Now, DevOps teams need to learn how to secure their software and infrastructure, while security teams adapt to a rapid delivery environment.
SecDevOps offers a new security model by incorporating a security-based mindset into DevOps workflows, sharing security responsibility across all teams, and shifting visibility to the left.
For those of you who couldn't attend KubeCon or struggled to follow all the exciting developments in the cloud-native landscape, specifically around Open Policy Agent (OPA), this webinar is for you.
In this webinar, Mohamed Ahmed, Magalix CEO and Founder will cover the different strategies to manage Kubernetes capacity
in this webinar, Mohamed Ahmed, Magalix Founder and CEO, will walk you through KubeOptimizer and KubeAdvisor, the two Magalix products that help Devops teams with cluster-wide security enforcement and resource optimization respectively
In this webinar, Ahmed Badran, Magalix CTO will go through a real example of how Magalix team implemented a simple governance framework within Magalix using our own product. We will focus on a simple policy and go through its full life cycle
This is our 2nd webinar in the capacity management series, which builds on our first thoroughly and in more depth (check the webinar replays below if you missed it). We will take an end-to-end example and learn how to connect high-level KPIs and SLOs to resources usage and utilization...
In this webinar we will go over how to optimize your infrastructure resources (CPU, memory, and node pool in Kubernetes with focus on cost saving. Ahmed Badran - Magalix CTO - will use a real life example of how we cut our GCP monthly bill by around 40% at Magalix using our own product.
This is our 3rd webinar in the capacity management series, which digs into the different considerations that software engineers, DevOps, and infrastructure engineers should have in mind while planning memory and CPU for their pods.
Governance in engineering refers to the ability of the operations team to verify and enforce certain policies and standards across the entire organization or within specific clusters.