About the Webinar
Kubernetes has become the platform of choice for deploying modern applications. A web application firewall (WAF) is the most common solution to providing run‑time protection for applications (well, second most common, after blind faith and protective amulets). The question is, how do you put a WAF in place for applications running on Kubernetes?
As for most IT questions, the obvious answer is, of course, “it depends”. But on what?
In this webinar, we look at how a WAF works, where to insert a WAF in your infrastructure, and the best way for a platform engineering team to create self‑service WAF configuration on Kubernetes. We explore some sample configurations, and provide a demo of NGINX App Protect WAF in action.