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Safe and Secure Applications: Deploying in a Cloud or Multi-Cloud Environment


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Sponsored by xmatters

Thursday, August 27, 2020
1 pm ET

Today, running applications in the cloud is a must-have. But that doesn’t mean it’s risk-free. In this webinar, CircleCI and xMatters will discuss security issues in the application lifecycle,  and demo solutions so your team can be confident you’re deploying safely and securely. Join to understand:

  • Common risks and vulnerabilities in cloud deployments
  • Patterns and best practices for ease of testing and deployment management
  • How CircleCi and xMatters make deploying to cloud (especially multi-cloud environments) safer and more secure
Rebekah Whittle
Solutions Engineer - CircleCI
Rebekah Whittle is a Solutions Engineer at CircleCI. She works with customers to help them understand CircleCI’s product, and how it can help them ship code confidently and faster. A fun fact about me- I have worked in a bike shop in every city I've lived!
Travis DePuy
Head Product Evangelist - xMatters
Travis DePuy is Head Product Evangelist at xMatters where he gets to talk to people about how they are doing incident management, DevOps notifications, and anything else involving humans, processes, and tools. Prior to his work at xMatters, Travis acted as a consultant, advising companies about their incident response and management practices. With a degree in computer science, Travis enjoys practicing Chen Taichi from his Southern California home when he is not speaking with customers or devising new automated workflows to decrease barriers to innovation.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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