UBS turns to containerization for its cloud dev ops, security strategies

As the bank has moved 33% of workloads to both public and private clouds, UBS spent the past 12 months building out its enterprise security controls as part of its containerization efforts.

In the world of tech, there’s a school of thought that believes every application is a piece of art—unique and beautiful in its own right. UBS has spent the last three years pivoting away from this belief system as the bank has put more workloads into the cloud and beefed up its security guidelines.

Paul McEwen, global head of technology services at UBS, has been in banking for more than three decades, and for much of that time, developers have built their applications in closed-off silos

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