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Fireside Chat: Integrating Security to Boost Innovation in DevOps 


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by snyk

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
11 a.m. ET | 4 pm BST | 5 pm CEST

You're invited to an exclusive fireside chat with Megha Dixit, Sr. Technical Product Manager at Salesforce, Ravi Maira, Head of Product Marketing at Snyk and Sara Gawlinski, Technical Marketing Manager at CloudBees. Hear directly from one of the world’s largest cloud technology companies, for an insider’s look at how Salesforce:

  • Aligns stakeholders across development, QA, DevOps, Ops and infrastructure to make security an equally shared mission and priority
  • Drives iterative secure development lifecycle practices
  • Makes proactive security decisions around risk in third-party code
  • Leverages automation and developers to optimize cloud native application security

You'll be joined by developer and security practitioners and leaders across DevOps, DevSecOps, operations, app and cloud development.

Megha Dixit
Sr. Technical Product Manager - Salesforce
Megha has experience with the entire product lifecycle from concept commit to product launch to forecasting to End of Life (EOL) programs.
Ravi Maira
Head of Product Marketing - Snyk
Ravi oversees product and parnter marketing for Snyk.
Sara Gawlinski
Technical Marketing Manager - CloudBees
Sara focuses on AI and cloud technologies with a proven track record in sales and client engagement.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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