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Extending GitOps to the Enterprise


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Sponsored by harness

Thursday, September 30, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The GitOps space continues to gain momentum and evolve as more organizations and vendors adopt the paradigm. On the DevOps spectrum, GitOps falls on the software engineering side of the development and operations continuum; developers can declaratively define and control the state of the system in Git.

Compliance is imperative to large organizations, but it is challenging to balance giving developers the autonomy to define and manage their GitOps processes while also enforcing guardrails to ensure compliance with organizational and external policies.  Centralized policy management and governance across DevOps processes allows enterprises to define standards used for the organization and remain in compliance with regulations. 

Join Harness to learn how to get started on your GitOps journey and how enterprise GitOps with governance can help you along the way. Whether you are a practitioner on the infrastructure or software engineering side of the house, GitOps can benefit you. 

Key takeaways:

  • Getting started with GitOps
  • Myths versus reality  
  • Getting your engineering organization to start thinking about governance
  • Adopting enterprise GitOps with governance
Srinivasa Rao Gurubelli
Founding Engineer & Chief Architect - Harness
Srinivasa Rao Gurubelli is a Founding Engineer and Chief Architect at Harness. Prior to Harness, Srinivasa worked at firms like Apple and Ericsson building the next generation of distributed software platforms. Srinivasa currently focuses on engineering efficiency problems at Harness and within the broader community.
Samarth Wadhwa
Sr. Product Manager - Harness
Samarth is a Senior Product Manager at Harness. Prior to Harness, Samarth was a technical account manager at Symantec. Samarth also has held various sales and engineering roles at VMware and Angie's List helping enterprise clients build the next generation of EMM and DevOps. Samarth enjoys trying new cuisines,  landscape photography and traveling to different countries.

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