OpenShift Commons Briefing #76: Security Practices in OpenShift Container Platform at Amadeus
June 19, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
Amadeus operates large-scale, secure, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI/DSS)-compliant online and e-retail systems. Recently, they started migrating those systems to OpenShift Container Platform. For Amadeus and their customers, security and compliance is paramount.
In this briefing, Amadeus' Nenad Bogojevic describes security mechanisms and protections related to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Amadeus' experiences deploying and using OpenShift. The discussion covers security mechanisms, such as user and network access control and policies in OpenShift and underlying Openstack, the audit trail of administrative actions, ways to use and protect Kubernetes secrets, as well as some best practices for Docker containers. Nenad also presented some possibilities to address technical limitations or potentially unknown vectors of attack using compensating controls via auditd, monitoring, and alerting.
Guest Speakers: Nenad Bogojevic – Software Architect, Amadeus Diogenes Rettori – OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat
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