Wishes Do Come True: Fast Development, Secure Delivery


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Sponsored by snyk

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
11 a.m. ET
Organizations re-thinking their software delivery lifecycle are faced with a dilemma: how to speed up the pace of development necessary to surpass their competition, without sacrificing the security of the applications they’re delivering?

CI/CD practices and tools have risen up to help meet this need, but fitting legacy applications and security tools into these modern pipelines exposes new gaps that risk slowing release velocity.

CircleCI and Snyk help address these issues. Join us for a live demonstration to see Snyk's modern approach to application security, combined with CircleCI's delivery platform and insights capabilities, and learn how together we help organizations deliver fast, stay secure, and continuously find opportunities to optimize their delivery pipelines and processes.

You’ll learn more about:
  • Building a container delivery CI/CD pipeline with CircleCI
  • Using Snyk to fix risks introduced by open source, containers, and Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
  • Interpreting CircleCI Pipeline Insights, including areas of constraint and future improvement
Rob Cresswell
Senior Software Engineer - Snyk

Rob is an Architect at Snyk, working on Docker support, Python support and improving the company's Git provider infrastructure. He spends his time supporting the Snyk Open Source product architecture and won't stop telling everyone about Typescript, testing and CI!


Sam Olukotun
Solutions Engineer - CircleCI



Tomas Gonzalez
Partner Solution Architect - Snyk

Tomas Gonzalez is a partner solution architect at Snyk focusing on the DevSecOps ecosystem. Prior to Snyk, he worked similar roles at Synopsys and IBM putting tools into the hands of developers to make them more efficient and their applications more secure.

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