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Wilder, faster and more visionary than ever! The 3rd Secure Coding Virtual Summit is back with more of our insightful sessions. Held on September 29, 2021 for a day of thrills and chills as industry experts discuss their wildest rides on the security roller coaster.
The Secure Coding Adventure Park Virtual Summit is your source for everything you need to build secure code from the ground up. Learn how leading AppSec and DevSecOps practitioners, analysts, and visionaries avoid getting stuck at the top of the ferris wheel.
From among our many topics, attendees will learn:
• How to prevent supply chain attacks from code through production
• Why developers struggle with application security
• How to protect your open source projects and create a secure CI/CD pipeline & How remote work has influenced DevSecOps adoption
GitOps is growing as a new way of working in the DevOps space. GitOps enables organizations to further empower developers to perform tasks that typically fall under the purview of IT operations. GitOps Evolution Virtual Summit explores the reality behind what some have considered to be marketing hype. Breakout sessions will offer insight into ways organizations can use GitOps to solve real problems. Expert-led sessions and panel discussions will focus on topics including:
- GitOps and the evolution of DevOps
- A developer’s guide to adopting GitOps
- Metrics to measure in GitOps environments
SKILup Day: Observability is the ability to infer a system’s internal states. Monitoring, then, is defined as the actions involved in observability: observing the quality of system performance over a time duration.
Join the humans of DevOps for industry expert sessions, network in the lounge, mixology and more! Meet the speakers, participate in prize drawers, and visit our interactive booths in the expo hall.
Straight Talk for Government focuses on the ‘how to’, to examine under a microscope perspectives of the people, process, and technology aspects of IT. This event features experts from the industry, government, along with enterprise DevOps leaders. Our 2020 conferences featured speakers from Google, Scaled Agile, T-mobile, Red Hat, CloudBees, Micro Focus, AppDynamics, GitLab and more.
Cloud-Native Days 2021 explores the cloud-native ecosystem beyond Kubernetes and ways in which organizations can leverage cloud-native technologies to move faster and more securely.
Sessions focused on topics including cloud-native infrastructure, networking and security, and include real-world insight into: Trends and best practices in the cloud-native space, Addressing Kubernetes complexities, Tackling cloud-native security from the onset, and more.
SKILup Day: DevSecOps is an augmentation of DevOps to allow for security practices to be integrated into the DevOps approach. The traditional centralized security team model must adopt a federated model allowing each delivery team to factor in the proper security controls into their DevOps practices. Watch industry expert sessions, network in the lounge, mixology and more.
TechStrong Con continues to serve as a testament to the ways in which technology can improve human existence. Digital transformation, DevOps, cloud-native and cybersecurity all have played major roles in enabling organizations to move beyond survival mode and offer transformative and experiential services and environments that are shaping the new normal. We also explored the future of hybrid, from workplaces to infrastructures.
Digital transformation has fundamentally changed the monitoring landscape. From workloads running in private, public and hybrid clouds, to adopting a DevOps culture with daily code pushes and developers on call, your job has become more complex. While these changes improve organizational agility, keeping an eye on things is more challenging. Observability provides the insights to find and solve the “unknown” unknowns.
Did you know open source is moving faster than ever with new observability projects? Is Kubernetes here to stay? We took a deep dive into these topics and more at Open Source: The Evolution with Logz.io. Jonah Kowall, CTO of Logz.io, gave his take on OpenTelemetry and what the future holds for open source. For the main event, Jonah sat down with Alan Shimel, CEO and Founder of MediaOps, to enjoy a nice fireside chat on all things open source.
As the speed of development continues to accelerate, the implications for code security have become even greater as our world relies on digital services to work and live.
This free, virtual two-day conference is where we bring together Modern Dev Teams, Application Security Gurus, and the developers who are ready to become security heroes.
We welcome new sponsors to join our virtual event production. For additional information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org