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DevSecOps Lessons From a First Responder


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Sponsored by everbridge

Wednesday, October 6, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Fighting fires, vehicle extractions and medical emergencies are what firefighters, EMTs and first responders deal with every day. What lessons can we take from professionals in those situations that would apply to IT development and operations practices? As it turns out, quite a few.

Join us as we identify lessons that you can apply immediately to improve your troubleshooting and incident response practices:

  • Learn how emergency management principles apply to DevSecOps environments
  • Learn practical tools that you can use immediately to help reduce stress when dealing with large-scale digital disasters
  • Get practical tips on how to drive collaboration and communication during critical events
Matt Frauenhoffer
Solutions Architect - xMatters, An Everbridge Company
Matt Frauenhoffer has over 15 years of professional IT operations and software development experience throughout numerous industries including manufacturing, health care and high tech. Throughout his career, Matt has been recognized as an expert in process improvement, leading many organizations to simplify and improve their software development processes. In addition, Matt is often called upon to design and develop integrations between different systems and automate previously manual processes.
In his spare time, Matt has served his local community as a volunteer EMT and firefighter as well as a foster and adoptive parent.

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