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When: August 2-3, 2019

Venue: Christ University - Bengaluru, India

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Friday, August 2 • 11:00am - 11:30am
Let's get started with "nft"

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nftables is going to be the behind the scenes for the System Security. nft is the successor of iptables/ebtables/arptables and is the default firewall backend for modern Operating Systems like Fedora 29.
If you are a Foss Network Security enthusiast then this presentation is for you. The take away from this session is on how to secure Operating System Networks with nftables. We would be also covering on what made nftables to be replaced with the primitive Linux firewalls(iptables) installation, what are the important points that a Linux administrators/architects/DevOps/Consultants should be aware on while working with nftables, how easy is to migrate to nftables from its predecessor and as a add-on how to troubleshoot with a real time demo will also be included.

Speakers
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Akhil John

Technical Support Engineer, Red Hat
Akhil John is working as a Technical Support Engineer for Networking within Red Hat's Customer Experience & Engagement (CEE) organization for the past 3 years. He also contributes to Red Hat enterprise projects, such as firewalld, nftables, etc.