Introduction: Disappointed when too much CPU is used, causing hard work to halt at deployment? Concerned you might be using a base container with known vulnerabilities — or with being held responsible for an excessive budget while deploying services?
Modern software development adopts a no-ops approach where the team accepts responsibility for managing application dependencies by using Infrastructure-as-Code. Policy and compliance management, which is historically implemented by operations and security teams after development had been completed, is now being „pushed left“ to the teams.
This presentation will discuss how your organization can use best practices to create distributed policy management, allowing those decisions to be made programmatically throughout the entire SDLC. The process results in fast-feedback that avoids both expensive deployment halts and exposure once code has been sent to production.
What will You learn?
Join us for cloud and burgers! Please notice that we start at 18:00, so plan your arrival early enough to have time for drinks, burgers and chat!
HOST AND SPEAKER
Host and speaker of the event is Mike Ensor, VP of our Global Cloud Practice and one of North America’s top AWS and Google Cloud partners who recently relocated from U.S. to Helsinki.
Mike is a hands-on software architect with 24 years of experience in cloud architectures, custom application development, e-commerce, distributed systems and big data implementations. Throughout his career, he has continually pushed the use of test-driven development, the principles of continuous delivery and emphasized the merits of Agile-based development. Mike has co-presented with Google / K8s luminaries such as Kelsey Hightower, Alan Naim and Carter Morgan.