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Private and Open Data in Asia: A Regional Guide.
Whether you are running on a public or a private cloud provider, this talk aims to help you secure your cloud-based deployment, by using a simple step-by-step guide. You will be able to understand and implement a security framework for your own data-driven cloud deployment.
The talk will outline a 12-step framework consisting of the following steps:
Tools and Technologies Covered:
Hadoop, HDFS, Apache Spark, Cassandra
PfSense, Openswan, OpenVPN
SELinux, App Armor, Dm-crypt
Logstash, Nagios, Ganglia
Ansible, Docker, Jenkins
We will be going over each step in detail so that attendees can understand the importance of underlying security domains, and also learn how to go about implementing them using open source solutions alone. I will also be sharing my personal experiences and best practices when it comes to implementing a security framework for the cloud.
Vishnu Vettrivel is a developer and architect with around 20 years of experience building and scaling successful big data and AI platforms. He is the architect and co-founder of the Nephos project that is an intuitive hybrid cloud enabled AI workflow service that allows customers to leverage the power of high performance computing without being locked in to any single cloud vendor. Vishnu has a graduate degree in software management from Carnegie Mellon University and lives in the Seattle Metro Area.
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