Nulab Drinking Code Singapore Meetup May 24th - Kubernetes Ingress & Cloud Security

Hi Everyone,

We have a Nulab Drinking Code meetup on May 24th at our community space in Singapore - NuSpace!


Do join us if you’re in SG. RSVP at our meetup page. Here’s the event details:

Speakers :

In their talks, you will learn more about Kubernetes Ingress and the security risks to look out for in AWS & cloud technology.

-------Agenda for Nulab Drinking Code May 24th ----------

6.45 - 7.15pm: Registration, light snacks and drinks :beer:

7.20pm - 8.20pm: Talks

** Kubernetes Ingress: What, How & Caveats ** by Vincent De Smet

What is Kubernetes Ingress? What flavours are available? how do these make our life easier and what are the benefits of one versus the other? How about observability they provide and what are some of the caveats we have to watch out for? As we’ve been experimenting with several different set ups both at Swat and at previous startup(s), mostly from a functionality and operational perspective (less focus on performance benchmarks in this talk). In this talk we’d like to share our experience and also our thoughts on how we see this evolving.

** AWS Security Best Practices ** by Steve Teo

  • Highlight Cloud Security Risks today and recent cyber attacks
  • How technology is evolving and growing stronger against its own threats
  • The importance to stay updated on the latest trends and cloud security best practices
  • Discuss the Shared Responsibility Model and responsibilities of a customer
  • Highlight some AWS Security Best Practices

8.20pm - 9.00pm: Networking, pizza, free stickers, drinks🍺 (again).

Speakers Bio:

** Steve Teo, Director of Cloud Security Engineering at Horangi Cyber Security **
Steve is an experienced Cloud and DevSecOps practitioner who has previously worked in Financial Institutions and Telco in various engineering teams. He is currently leading the development of Cloud Security products and Cloud Engineering team in Horangi. He has responded to and investigated various security incidents on AWS in the past as part of his day to day duties.

He is passionate about building successful and sustainable engineering teams. He is also actively involved in Singapore’s tech community scene and currently leads the AWS User Group and Atlassian User Group in Singapore.

His topics of interest specifically to AWS includes AWS Multi-Account Architecture and AWS Security.

** Vincent De Smet, DevOps Engineer at SWAT **
Vincent has over nine years of experience in software engineering and business consulting roles, and he’s a contributor to open source projects and advocate for open source ideology.