Developer & Advocate, Dad, works since 2013 distributed at Elastic, is interested in search, scale, JVM, crystallang, serverless and Basketball.
This talk will use the existing Elasticsearch codebase as an example of how to secure a service while remaining the same level of usability. Several features will be covered, amongst others the use of the Java Security Manager within Elasticsearch, the integration of seccomp and other native features, the implementation of a secure scripting language and how to properly implement secure use of plugins.
The goal of this talk is to make sure that any developer in the room does absolutely have zero excuses to not use seccomp and other features to secure their own application.
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|Elasticsearch - Securing software while maintaining usability||JavaDay Odesa||September 2019|
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|Elasticsearch - Securing a search engine while maintaining usability||Berlin Expert Days 2019||September 2019|
|What’s new in the Elastic Stack - 7.x Edition||JUG Darmstadt||August 2019|
|Elasticsearch - Securing a search engine while maintaining usability||JUG HH||August 2019|
|Implementing an ecommerce product search||Search Meetup Hamburg||August 2019|
|Working distributed||Search Meetup Hamburg||August 2019|
|Community @Elastic - The why, what and how||Developer Relations Meetup Munich||June 2019|
|Extending Elasticsearch - Writing plugins, fast and easy!||JUG Essen||June 2019|
|What’s new in the Elastic Stack - 7.x Edition||Elastic Brown Bag Lunch||April 2019|
|Running a Serverless Lucene Reverse Geocoder||Search Meetup Munich||April 2019|