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DevSecOps: Best Practices for Enterprises

Webinar

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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE


Wednesday, December 2, 2020
11 a.m. ET

The benefits of DevSecOps make a compelling case for its adoption. However, for many enterprise organizations, progressing from adoption to scale continues to be a challenge — which in turn, impacts their chances of success.

So how can you implement DevSecOps to date and ensure a visible and continuous delivery pipeline for software releases without letting security slow them down?

Join Shiri Arad Ivtsan, senior product manager at WhiteSource, and Brian Dawson, director and DevOps evangelist at CloudBees, as they discuss:

  • Why traditional DevOps has shifted, and what this will mean
  • Who should own security in the age of DevOps
  • Best practices to integrate continuous security across the DevOps framework
Shiri Arad Ivtsan
Director of Product Management - WhiteSource

Shiri is an experienced cloud solutions architect and product manager and holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management. Prior to joining WhiteSource as a product manager, Shiri worked for various companies where she held roles in R&D, such as solutions architect, R&D team leader and product manager.

Brian Dawson
Director, DevOps Evangelist - CloudBees

Brian is a DevOps evangelist and practitioner with a focus on agile, continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps practices. He has over 25 years as a software professional in multiple domains including quality assurance, engineering and management, with a focus on optimization of software development. Brian has led an agile transformation consulting practice and helped many organizations implement CI, CD, and DevOps.

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