Azure Security Center: Protect your Containers / Kubernetes cluster

 
English Intermediate Security

On this session you will learn how to leverage Azure Security Center to remediate specific vulnerabilities and recommendations to keep your containers / kubernetes cluster secure.

Speaker

Dave Rendón

Microsoft Azure MVP

📘 https://amzn.to/2slssEn 🌐 https://wikiazure.com/blog 🎙️ https://azurelate.show Hello Everyone! I'm David Rendon (Dave Rendon) from Mexico City, Microsoft Azure MVP for 6 consecutive years. As an IT professional with more than 10 years of experience, I have a strong focus on Microsoft technologies and moreover on Azure since 2010. Solutions Architect - US / Latam at Kemp.ax Helping Professionals to increase the skills required to advance your career through Cloud & AI. I also provide support to Microsoft Partners worldwide on technical guidance and Azure training deliveries.

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