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DevSecOps Principles in Service Management


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Sponsored by everbridge

Thursday, August 12, 2021
3 p.m. ET

The introduction of DevOps and SRE heralded widespread disruption in the world of service management over the last decade. But in the last few years, there has been particular focus on security. The new disruptor in service management is the implementation of effective DevSecOps practices.

Join Everbridge as our solution architect Matt Frauenhoffer explains:

  • Key principles of DevSecOps
  • Major benefits of implementing DevSecOps
  • Practical requirements for successful implementation of DevSecOps

We will also look at some real-life use cases to demonstrate the value of implementing DevSecOps for critical event management, not just to remediate issues as part of service management, but also to prevent issues in the first place.

Matt Frauenhoffer
Solutions Architect - Everbridge
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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