Containerization Working Group

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Containerization Working Group Leadership

Containerization Co-chairs

Andrew Wild

Andrew Wild

Andrew is a long-time information security and risk management professional and Lancope’s chief information security officer (CISO). He has spent his career developing effective, customer-driven information security, incident response, compliance and secure networking programs for IT and security organizations.

Anil Karmel

Anil Karmel

Anil Karmel is the Founder and CEO of C2 Labs, Inc. C2 Labs designs solutions addressing key cyber security, policy, operational and architectural concerns, allowing IT to Take Back Control through our innovative product and services. Formerly, Anil served as the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Deputy Chief Technology Officer and RightPath Chief Architect. RightPath is a lean and agile methodology employed via a partnership between the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of the Chief Information Officer and NNSA, delivering IT transformation to DOE by focusing on the key areas of people, process and technology.

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Containerization Working Group News

June 01, 2016

Open Peer Review: Application Containers and Microservices Charter

The CSA encourages its community to provide feedback in order to help identify any critical areas which may be missing in this document’s focus as it regards to scope, deliverables/activities, and mission. The open review and comments period starts today and ends on Friday, July 1, 2016. We appreciate your feedback. Contribute now

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