Automation and security are integral parts of your software development pipeline. How can you ensure high security and quality by automating practices?
You’re welcome to join us for a breakfast where we address automation and the security of your development pipeline. In this event, you will learn about the biggest challenges companies struggle with, and how these issues have been solved successfully. You will also hear about how you can manage the security of your pipeline, which is an integral part of your DevOps practices. Finally, we have invitedseveral guest speakers to share insights of their successful DevOps journey.
These seminars are free of charge and targeted at everyone working in software development.
We look forward to seeing you there!
You will hear how Eficode utilizes Atlassian tools, such as Jira, to secure compliancy in agility organizations.
In the last few years, what it means to be a CIO has evolved considerably. In the not-too-distant past, the scope of this role mainly encompassed technology choices and strategy. But now, most CIOs are heavily involved in the business aspects of their organization. This has a potentially significant impacts for everyone who reports, directly and indirectly, to the CIO. However, because CIOs have the ability to cross boundaries in the enterprise with relative ease, they sometimes underestimate how challenging this can be for other people, further down the org chart — including the DevOps team. Through the Key Findings of the Puppet 2018 State of DevOps Report, we examine how this discrepancy can limit the success of a CIO’s efforts to improve the organization as a whole, and what they can do to effectively address it.
This session gives an overview of how companies have implemented DevSecOps practices in their own delivery pipelines and how this can help increase developer awareness of risks affecting them. We’ll walk through an example CICD Pipeline and explore how security has been embedded as a part of it, how the movement is shaping up and how standards are starting to follow suit.