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Today we are at KubeCon CloudNativeCon EU 2022, talking to Adolfo García Veytia about securing Kubernetes releases. Adolfo is a Staff Software Engineer at Chainguard, and one of the technical leads for SIG release, meaning that he helps ship Kubernetes. You most likely know him as Puerco, and have seen first-hand his passion for securing software via SBOMs, cosign and SLSA. Puerco’s love for bikes and Chainguard are a great match 🚴♂️
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Notes and Links
- KCCNCEU 2022: Make the Secure Kubernetes Supply Chain Work for You - Adolfo García Veytia, Chainguard
- KCCNCEU 2022: Releasing Kubernetes Less Often and More Secure - The SIG Release Update - Adolfo García Veytia & Carlos Panato, Chainguard; Sascha Grunert, Red Hat; Stephen Augustus, Cisco
- Kubernetes signals massive adoption of Sigstore for protecting open source ecosystem
- kubectl plugin for signing Kubernetes manifest YAML files with sigstore
- CLI utility to generate SPDX-compliant Bill of Materials manifests
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