It can feel like DevOps and ITSM are from different ends of the universe. However, to achieve ultimate success in either, they must be part of the same world. We’ll explore how DevOps and ITSM fit together and need each other to achieve true continuous flow.
In order to build and run applications securely there are key architectural components that need to be in place. Without infrastructure components like proper encryption, standard authentication methods and logging standards developers are challenged to build secure applications.
Are you moving your on-site training to virtual classes? Do you provide hands-on software training? If so, there are seven essential things you need to know before you deliver your class online, including things to do before, during, and after class. For each, we’ll describe best practices and provide templates to make your training relevant and effective.
Using real-world examples, Orasi will demonstrate how to quickly setup and deliver an online class with OrasiLabs, one of the industry leading platforms for training lab environments. We’ll also talk about how OrasiLabs can be used standalone or in conjunction with a Learning Management System (LMS).
Cloud services play an increasingly critical role in helping companies accelerate innovation. Application teams can optimize around automated and repeatable software delivery processes, re-architecting IT procedures for a highly flexible infrastructure, and establishing the foundation for future cloud migration and adoption.
The role of the IT department has changed in recent years and is more aligned with the business than ever. In 2020, as DevOps matures, what does this mean for the role of DevOps and Agile in delivering business outcomes? Join this panel as DevOps experts explore what opportunities – and challenges – DevOps and Agile can create for the business.
With 1 in 10 open source components containing a known vulnerability, using them improperly can lead to detrimental vulnerabilities, risks, rework, and waste in the long run. Sonatype exists to unite software developers, security professionals, and IT operations. Alongside partners Orasi and Saltworks, they empower teams to continuously and remediate open source risk, without slowing down production.
Businesses trust their Data Integrity tools to drive strategy and process optimization decisions, but the power of those tools depends on a complex infrastructure accurately collecting and transforming critical data sources. The slightest data integrity error can have catastrophic impacts that ripple throughout the organization.
While tools such as SAST, DAST, OSS, and Pen Testing are vital to a company’s application security program, using them as disparate solutions amongst teams can lead to a lack of communication and visibility.
Many companies are trying to make or have made the shift to the cloud. It sounds so promising and simple. They are shifting existing footprints to a cloud provider or even multiple providers. No more waiting on servers to arrive that must be racked and stacked.
This panel explores what it really means to be a human in DevOps and looks at how to ensure the business understands the need for a supportive and united culture and provides real-world examples of companies and teams that have ‘done DevOps right.’
While many areas of the DevOps landscape have matured over the past decade, such as CI, IAC and Testing, the approach to CD has been predominantly addressed in a tactical patchwork method by extending surrounding CI tools to drive CD workflow.