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Who’s in Your Cloud? The Case for Visibility in DevOps


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Sponsored by OPSCOMPASS

Thursday, February 18, 2021
11 a.m. ET

DevOps Engineers and Cloud Architects are facing a material crisis. 2020 saw a continuation of security breaches that challenged the processes, tools, and skillsets of those working to secure their cloud environments. Without proper visibility, there can be no control or information of misconfigurations. Without visibility, intelligence, and control, DevOps is flying blind in a sky of security threats.

To address this challenge, OpsCompass is releasing an industry first, free inventory and discovery experience. This Free Tier of the OpsCompass Pro application, built specifically for DevOps Engineers and Cloud Architects, provides a single pane of glass that provides a 360-degree view to establish and maintain a healthy cloud environment. Organizations can begin to minimize the risks that come with multi-cloud environments and the Free Tier will provide customers with the knowledge to realize the full potential of the cloud.

Key Takeaways:
  • Reduce the risk of a security breach
  • Re-establish complete control of your infrastructure
  • Discover and reduce unknown/unnecessary costs
  • Gain immediate visibility of all cloud assets on a single pane of glass to observe drift from a baseline
  • Learn how to use one approach and tool for managing all cloud environments Immediately identify lost (or unknown) resources and shadow IT
  • Learn how DevOps and Cloud Architects can get their cloud to a known healthy state and keep it there
John Grange
CTO - OpsCompass
John Grange is a seasoned entrepreneur and is currently co-founder and CTO at OpsCompass, a leading SaaS product for managing compliance and security in clouds like Azure, AWS, and GCP. He has 15 years of experience building products and companies including co-founding a top 5 global Microsoft ASP.net hosting provider (now Managed.com) and creating SaaS products in areas diverse as healthcare (Layered Health) and marketing tech (Layeredi). John's passion is identifying those mega trends that truly impact how technology can be leveraged and then building the necessary tools to help real customers use that technology to create business value.
Kevin Hakanson
Director, Customer Success - OpsCompass
Kevin Hakanson (@hakanson) is an experienced Software Architect focused on highly scalable web applications, especially the JavaScript and security aspects. His background includes both .NET and Java, but he is most nostalgic about Lotus Notes. He has been developing professionally since 1994 and holds a Master’s degree in Software Engineering. When not staring at a computer screen, he is probably staring at another screen, either watching TV or playing video games with his family.

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