Adding Message Queues to Kubernetes Deployments

Presented by

Zohar Kaufman, VP R&D Portshift

About this talk

How to Remain Efficient and Secure Asynchronous messaging brokers like RabbitMQ and Kafka are commonly used for microservices applications. Although KubeMQ is the CNCF option for message broker and message queue, most enterprises still use Kafka and RabbitMQ in their Kubernetes deployments to create a messaging scheme that decouples message production by a producer from its processing by a consumer. But message brokers and queues imply a new security challenge for DevSecOps teams, as it eliminates the option to create any level of segmentation between microservices that use the message queues, classical Kubernetes network policies are useless when all services can communicate with the broker. In this webinar we’ll explore microservices deployments in Kubernetes using message brokers like Kafka, examine their deployments options. We’ll also examine the security angle of messaging queues and brokers and show how to create effective security governance for these deployments. Key Discussion Points: 1.Messaging queues/brokers deployment options in Kubernetes clusters 2.Explore the security challenges of native Kubernetes network policies 3.Explore different options to implement efficient network security policies that addresses messages queues/brokers
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