Docker Content Trust with Azure Pipelines

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Abstract:

Using  Azure DevOps CI and CD pipeline for containerized application deployment is now a days a common practice however using a trusted image is a major challenge and to overcome this we can integrate Azure DevOps pipeline with docker container trust to only trust and use signed image for application development and deployment.

Docker Content Trust (DCT)  provides the ability to use digital signatures for data sent  and received from remote Docker registries. Through Azure DevOps pipeline and DCT of  Azure container registry, image publishers can sign their images and image consumers can ensure that the images they pull are signed for Development and Deployment of containerized Application. In this session you will get overview of Docker Content Trust with Azure Pipelines.

 

Webinar Date & Time : December 7, 2020. Time 4.00 PM IST (10.30 AM GMT)

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Speaker Bio: 

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Aditya Ranjan is working as a support engineer at developer Tools, India. His roles gives him as opportunity to involve with developers from around the world  and work on unique challenges and integration of open source technologies with Azure DevOps . He is passionate about open source Technologies like GitHub, SecOps ,  GITOPS , JAVA , Unix , Kubernetes, Docker and Cloud Architecture.

 

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Rathish Radhakrishnan is working as a support engineer at developer Tools, India. Rathish is Microsoft certified Azure fundamental expert and helps enterprises across the globe to implement a robust and agile Application Lifecycle Management framework using Azure DevOps. Providing technical solutions to Microsoft Customers for complex scenarios has been an integral part his job.

 

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