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Managing applications and implementing DevOps in a regulated industry can be incredibly taxing. Our industry experts have seen first-hand how the same regulatory requirements can be interpreted in different ways by different companies, even those within the same industry and similar risk profiles that the controls are intended to handle. Within many companies (of a certain size) there is often an internal audit and compliance group which is intended to serve as a last line of defense but ends up commanding inexplicable requirements on delivery teams. Often the delivery teams themselves are not called upon to create the controls.  It wasn’t supposed to be this way, and there can be a better way.

The good news is that a DevOps compatible regulatory pattern has been created and documented and has withstood internal, external and regulatory audit at many companies. In this Webinar, you’ll learn about this framework and the tooling that can be used to support the controls and provide necessary artifacts for audit defense. This pattern will make development teams productive and will make auditors part of the solution of delivering high - quality software.

The better news is that the practices and metrics used to track this DevOps regulatory framework might just make your team better and make your organization a more desirable place to work. This creates a win-win out of a necessary evil that’s always made working in enterprise IT distressing.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn about a DevOps compatible regulatory pattern and the tooling that can be used to support the controls and provide necessary artifacts for audit defense
  • Make your teams more productive and successful in delivering high - quality software with the DevOps regulatory framework
  • Discover useful practices and metrics from the DevOps regulatory framework to analyze the performance of your audit defense.
Jonathan Harding
Senior Product Manager, HCL Accelerate - HCLSoftware
Jonathan Harding is the Product Manager for HCLSoftware Accelerate in the Secure DevOps portfolio of applications. He has supported VSM and other DevOps system design and implementation for several global Fortune 100. Jonathan is an impactful technologist with extensive experience in systems engineering, DevOps, and Agile Methods and is a believer that VSM represents the sweet-spot at the intersection of these approaches.
Suren Kumar
Senior Product Manager, HCL Launch - HCLSoftware
Suren is a product management and testing professional with 11+ years of experience in enterprise servers, storage, and networking products. He holds 40+ USPTO patent applications on cutting-edge technologies, demonstrating his passion for innovation. Currently, Suren serves as the Product Manager for HCL Launch, where he brings his expertise to drive product success and meet customer needs.

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