# $ kubectl hacking & Defending your Kubernetes cluster in depth

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Hi Kubernauts,

our next Meetup in Munich will take place on 5th June at the event space Isar Valley @ Google.

Agenda:
6:30pm - Welcome
7:00 pm - Tobias Schneck
7:30 pm - Stephan Spindler
8:00 pm - Food, drinks & networking

If you are interested to hold a talk, please submit your talk via https://www.papercall.io/munich-k8s-meetup or send a message to [masked]

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Tobias Schneck, Loodse

"# $ kubectl hacking"

If you just started with Kubernetes, one of the first thing you have to learn is the `kubectl` CLI. Join me at a live hacking journey through the world of kubectl and how you can improve your daily work to be more productive. In detail we will look into:
* kubectl basics
* kubectl for scripting
* the fuzzy side of kubectl
* KubeOps - use kubectl to manage k8s clusters, workers and static virtual machines

Benefits for the ecosystem

We all want to contribute to the rise of Kubernetes and other cloud native technologies. But where to start? By helping people getting started. This tutorial aims at giving beginners a hands-on introduction into the kubectl command-line tool and growing the Kubernetes fan base.

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Stephan Spindler,

"Defending your Kubernetes cluster in depth"

Kubernetes provides various mechanisms to defend our clusters against possible attackers. These include, among others, the security context settings on pods as well as network policies. Additionally, some interesting open source projects can be found in the wider Kubernetes ecosystem that can help in our endeavor to improve our clusters' security.

In this talk we will take a look at these various possibilities and discuss their benefits.

About Stephan:
Stephan is a software developer and architect working for Device Insight.
In his job he builds microservice systems on top of Kubernetes using Java and Go. He has a focus on the security aspects of such systems and promotes a security first (or at least early on) approach to software development.

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See you soon!