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Securing your AWS Deployments with Spinnaker and Armory Enterprise


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Sponsored by aRMORY

Thursday, September 17, 2020
1 pm EDT

Customers are challenged today by a constant struggle between velocity and governance.  What they want is consistent, secure, and scalable software deployments, but their security teams also need to be able to identify possible issues early in the development process to allow for proactive modification to the deployment process to ensure compliance in the cloud.  

Join us for a webinar on “Securing AWS Deployments with Spinnaker and Armory Enterprise” to learn:

  • How to experiment while still enforcing deployment policies 
  • How to build reusable modules that reduce the number of stages needed for deployment
  • How lockable pipelines enforce continuous delivery to release orchestration best practices
Lee Faus
Field CTO and Application Architect - Armory.io
With over 20 years of experience in IT, Lee has been mentoring senior executives at G2k and Fortune 500 on DevOps workflow best practices leveraging an open core mentality and helping them understand best practices for automation and self-service for AppDev teams to deliver applications faster with higher precision and greater accuracy to increase company value in a post-pandemic world.
Paul Roberts
Principal Solutions Architect, Strategic Accounts - Amazon Web Services
Paul is an extremely technical and seasoned technologist who has spent the last decade engineering and implementing large scale infrastructure and security architectures for organizations of all sizes - ranging from startup to Fortune 500. He is currently helping AWS strategic customers successfully transition to the public cloud.

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