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Thursday, April 20 • 11:00 - 11:35
Life of a CVE with Ingress-Nginx; Understanding the Project's Release Cycle - James Strong, Chainguard & Dylen Turnbull, Nginx INC

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In 7 years, Ingress-nginx has had 221 releases, with over 6800 commits. To ensure stability and to test this highly configurable controller, the project has grown to over 400 e2e tests and helm chart tests across various kubernetes versions and deployment landscapes. We were 3/4 through our stabilization project in the last maintainer track we presented. The ironic thing about OSS and software, in general, is that it is never really completed, nor should the stabilization and security of the project. In this talk, we discuss how we work to improve the release process of ingress-nginx to keep Ingress-nginx CVE-free with real-world examples. We will discuss the current release process and how we are working with sig-release and sig-security to increase release velocity, reduce complexity and increase the security of ingress-nginx. Please join us for this presentation if you want to hear about the ingress-nginx controller getting released & how we continue to improve it.

Speakers
avatar for Dylen Turnbull

Dylen Turnbull

Developer Advocate, NGINX Part of F5
Throughout his career, Dylen Turnbull, has worked for several companies Symantec, Veritas, F5 Networks and now F5's NGINX business unit. This time represents an accumulation of over 25 years of enterprise & open source software and solution development experience. Working with NGINX... Read More →
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James Strong

Solution Architect, Isovalent
James has been working in the cloud for 7 years. He helped build a private cloud at GE Appliances and developed and supported REST API's in AWS on docker. Recently he has passed the CNCF's CKA exam and helps companies migrate their applications to Kubernetes.



Thursday April 20, 2023 11:00 - 11:35 CEST
G109 | First Floor | Congress Centre
  Maintainer Track, Sig-Network Ingress-nginx Subproject