Code, Not Config: Simplifying DevOps with Cilium

Unlock the full potential of your DevOps teams with Cilium. Designed specifically for developers, this video will show you how to solve complex Kubernetes challenges with a consistent developer experience across teams and platforms.

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Key Takeaways for K8s Developers & Platform Teams

  • Security Simplified: Achieve consistent security standards and practices across your K8s applications and data with mutual authentication, encryption, and runtime security—all without diving into the complexities of the underlying infrastructure or relying on traditional service mesh sidecars.
  • Boost Developer Efficiency: Empower your developers to focus on coding by streamlining your K8s tooling stack. Cilium’s universal networking, security, and observability infrastructure ensures a consistent developer experience across teams and platforms.
  • Improve Observability: Gain crystal-clear insights into your K8s network and runtime, empowering you to make data-driven decisions. Improve incident response times, reduce downtime, and gain better visibility into application performance, ultimately enhancing the customer experience.


  • Introduction by Marc Dillon from Eficode

    15 minutes

  • Cilium: Empowering Developers for Cloud Success by Stephane Karagulmez from Isovalent, creators of Cilium

    10 minutes

  • Key Takeaways for Developers

    20 minutes

  • Q&A

    10 minutes

  • Closing Remarks

    5 minutes


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