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Gitops: 3 Foundational Tips to Better Secure Your Practice


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by RED HAT 

Wednesday, July 7, 2021
3 p.m. ET
GitOps is the cornerstone of DevSecOps. And for many security-minded IT professionals, automation can sound intimidating. Join Christian as he discusses the foundations of GitOps, demystifying the practice and how it actually promotes more secure practices to give you a clear path to DevSecOps.

We’ll cover three topics:
  • GitOps practices
  • How GitOps automation gives you more control
  • GitOps as a path to DevSecOps
Christian Hernandez
Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager - Red Hat
Christian focuses on the Red Hat OpenShift core platform, GitOps, and Windows containers. He also has experience in infrastructure engineering, systems administration, enterprise architecture, tech support, and management. Christian is passionate about open source and automating IT infrastructure one application at a time.

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