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CTO Fireside Chat - DevSecOps Predictions for 2021


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Sponsored by SONATYPE

Thursday, January 14, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Cloud and open source are eating the world — making the life of a modern CTO more challenging. As software development continues to evolve, we’re all seeing the lines between ops, security and dev teams blurring.

Join our first installment of the CTO Talks series to hear from Brian Fox, CTO at Sonatype, and Josh Stella, CTO at Fugue, as they share insights into trends impacting modern development:

  • What’s on the horizon for developers and security teams in 2021 and how are CTO’s guiding their teams?
  • How are they preparing developers to defend their applications on the front lines of cybersecurity battlefields?
  • What’s being done to ensure non-functional application requirements can be met without adding to the work of heavily burdened developers?

P.S. Did you know Sonatype and Fugue partnered to bring cloud security and compliance into development work streams? Josh and Brian will share more about this during their fireside chat.

Josh Stella
CTO - Fugue



Brian Fox
CTO - Sonatype



Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO and Editor-in-Chief - DevOps.com



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