Cloud Native Security Cookbook: Recipes for a Secure Cloud

Armitage, Josh

  • 出版商: O'Reilly
  • 出版日期: 2022-05-31
  • 定價: $1,930
  • 售價: 9.5$1,834
  • 貴賓價: 9.0$1,737
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 512
  • 裝訂: Quality Paper - also called trade paper
  • ISBN: 109810630X
  • ISBN-13: 9781098106300
  • 相關分類: 資訊安全
  • 立即出貨

商品描述

With the rise of the cloud, every aspect of IT has been shaken to its core. The fundamentals for building systems are changing, and although many of the principles that underpin security still ring true, their implementation has become unrecognizable. This practical book provides recipes for AWS, Azure, and GCP to help you enhance the security of your own cloud native systems.

Based on his hard-earned experience working with some of the world's biggest enterprises and rapidly iterating startups, consultant Josh Armitage covers the trade-offs that security professionals, developers, and infrastructure gurus need to make when working with different cloud providers. Each recipe discusses these inherent compromises, as well as where clouds have similarities and where they're fundamentally different.

- Learn how the cloud provides security superior to what was achievable in an on-premises world
- Understand the principles and mental models that enable you to make optimal trade-offs as part of your solution
- Learn how to implement existing solutions that are robust and secure, and devise design solutions to new and interesting problems
- Deal with security challenges and solutions both horizontally and vertically within your business

作者簡介

Known for a booming voice and a severely lacking sense of humour, Josh has been plying his trade as a consultant to enterprises and startups for a number of years. With a wide and deep technology expertise that includes writing production assembly on mainframes and operating a globally distributed machine learning system, he has seen security from many angles. Now focusing on cloud native technologies, lean software development and taking teams on DevSecOps transformations he uses happiness as his true north metric for measuring impact.