Containers are now being used as a fast and efficient way to deploy isolated systemd, Docker or Kubernetes environments. This is very useful for development, testing, and CI/CD. However, using containers this way requires complex container configs and unsecure privileged containers, making it difficult for enterprise devOps. Nestybox's Cesar Talledo will discuss these challenges and a solution that addresses them


Cesar Talledo is co-founder of Nestybox, a startup working to enhance the capabilities and use-cases of containers. Cesar has two decades of experience in hardware and software engineering, with deep expertise in Linux, containers, and virtualization. He most recently worked in VMware's ESX hypervisor team prior to founding Nestybox last year.


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