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The meetup is organised by ProdOps.io, a team of software operations architects who consult on infrastructure automation and workflow improvement. WhiteSource are kindly hosting us at their new event space and speaking at the meetup. **18:00 - Mingling and Food **18:15 - Managing Application Secrets On AWS With SSM And Chamber - The Better Alternative For Vault And AWS Secret Manager (in Hebrew) by Omer Hamerman **18:45 - Open Source Security at Scale - The DevOps challenge (in Hebrew) By Shiri Ivtsan** - Present current open source statistics (based on a survey we conducted across ~600 developers) - Innovations in the security world, what are the latest news - What are the DevOps tools to protect against open source vulnerabilities **19:15 - Securing Kubernetes Service-Mesh By Ran Marom** A service mesh is a configurable infrastructure layer for a microservices application. It makes communication between service instances flexible, reliable, and fast. The mesh provides service discovery, load balancing, encryption, authentication and authorization, support for the circuit breaker pattern, and other capabilities. In this talk, we will share the latest developments in the world of service-mesh, what is it good for, introduce the audience to tools like Istio & Envoy and will present how to easily build a secured service-mech infrastructure for existing K8s cluster with Portshift the platform. ##Speaker: Omer Hamerman## Omer is an experienced software operations engineer and an open source contributor. He is always willing to go the extra mile to help our clients improve their software delivery. He is known for getting the job done very quickly and is clear-cut and very sharp, delivering almost any job on the spot. He is passionate about beautiful code, cybersecurity and doing things right the first time. He is a keen writer of blog posts and a speaker at meetups. ##Speaker: Shiri Ivtsan## Shiri is an Experienced Cloud Solutions Architect and Product Manager, holds B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management. Prior to joining WhiteSource, Shiri worked for various companies where she held roles in R&D, as Solutions Architect, R&D Team Leader & Product Manager. ##Speaker: Ran Marom## Ran is an experienced Cybersecurity PM with a demonstrated history of leading cybersecurity projects. in the past 2 years Ran was building security solution for cloud-native applications and worked with some of the largest organization in the world through their cloud-native journey. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ran-marom/ WhiteSource is the leader in continuous open source security and license compliance management. Its vision is to empower businesses to develop better software by harnessing the power of open source. Industry leaders like Microsoft, IBM, and hundreds more trust WhiteSource to secure and manage the open source components in their software. Portshift is an identity-based cloud workload protection platform, that secures applications from code to runtime. Portshift ensures that only signed applications, to the OS level, are running on the cloud environments, enables to intuitively control and enforce how the applications communicate and to easily find information that is associated with their development and deployment cycles. With Portshift DevOps teams are orchestrating security as part of their day-to-day job.
Join AppsFlyer Engineering for one of the most requested sessions from DevOps Days Tel Aviv! Please RSVP through the AppsFlyer Engineering Meetup Group: (https://www.meetup.com/AppsFlyer/events/257831523/?isFirstPublish=true) Avi Kivity, father of KVM, and now ScyllaDB will (FINALLY!) be gracing us with the talk that didn't pan out at DevOps Days: "How to Write a Database" - you won't want to miss this talk from one of the only people in our community who can give it! Agenda: 18:00 - Mingling, Pizzas & Beers 18:30 - Main Session: How to Write a Database 19:10 - AMA / How to Choose the NoSQL Database that's right for you, Avi Kivity & AppsFlyer Engineering Title: How to Write a Database Abstract: Application developers take it for granted that the database will always be there for them, tirelessly serving their reads and writes (hopefully with the same data!). But how does it work? This talk explores the database internals: commit logs, memory allocation, I/O strategies, and more. Audience Level: Technical - Advanced