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In a short time, Openstack becomes the leading open platform for both private and public cloud architectures.
Dozens of components and hundreds of configurations can generate massive amount of functional and security related issues due to that complexity. Let's focus on security challenges and opportunities in Openstack!
What to pay attention while planning infrastructure?
How to automate your security configuration across all nodes in the cloud?
How to audit your configuration and get compliance?
How to analyze your logs and correlate them with the rest of cloud components?
And finally: how to be sure that nothing weird happens?
This session would share Linux Polska's direction for helping customers and users trust the Openstack infrastructure. I will present you how to bring into play existing tools like SELinux/sVirt, FreeIPA, ModSecurity and much more interesting stuff to extend security bits of your Openstack components.
IT Security Architect at Linux Polska sp. z o.o. WALLF Web Gateway Project Leader. Linux/Network Security Expert with an offensive approach to web application security. For over 10 years professionally engaged and privately fascinated with open source solutions - mainly cloud and virtualization, with special focus on (in) security. OpenStacker from very beginning. Red Hat skilled trainer and examiner, holder of RHCA/RHCSS/RHCX. Experienced author of several IT Security courses (Linux Hardening, SELinux, ModSecurity).