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Upcoming Meetup Dates
May 9: "Growing Concerns in Application Security: What's the Next Challenge?" @ 9:00am PT
With Cloudflare's Director of Product Management, Michael Tremante
Application security is still evolving fast, and it's often hard to know what should be a top priority. Join us for an open discussion on recent application security trends, backed by Cloudflare data and insights. Learn what Cloudflare is focusing on and how it may map to your internal objectives.
May 24: "Reduce Your Cloud Spend: How to Get Rid of Those Pesky Hidden Fees" @ 9:00am PT
With Cloudflare's Director of Product Marketing, Dawn Parzych
Moving to the cloud was billed as a way to save companies money, but the reality is that cloud spend is filled with hidden costs, and as your company grows, so does your cloud bill. Excessive cloud bills hinder innovation, limit architectural decisions, and divert money away from other areas needing investment.
During this Meetup, we'll discuss various topics related to cloud spend:
How to reduce egress fees
Whether multi-cloud architectures can reduce spend or increase it
Does vendor consolidation really save money?
June 14: "Beyond the Hype - How to Put Zero Trust Principals into Action" @ 9:00am PT
With Cloudflare's Director of Product Management, Corey Mahan
If you missed the first go-around of this session, you're in luck! Corey's back to talk about how the principles, concepts, and ideas behind a Zero Trust world can be put into action, no matter where you are in your journey. This session will focus on practical, real-world examples of how network, security and IT teams can get started.
During this conversation, we'll discuss:
What does Zero Trust really mean?
Zero Trust is not a product, it’s a security strategy. As a practitioner, how does this influence solution design and engineering?
Getting started with Zero Trust modernization and what Cloudflare has seen work well, and where others have struggled most.