As the popularity of DevOps grew, so did a common refrain: Continuous integration and continuous delivery create an environment to continuously introduce vulnerabilities into software. The idea was that the rapid speed of DevOps was in opposition to the concept of secure development. However, as time went on, it became apparent that a system that fosters collaboration and promotes automation creates continuous opportunities for integrating security testing into the development process.
During this session Maria Laughlin, Vice President of engineering at CA Veracode, and Chris Eng, Vice President of research at CA Veracode, will provide their perspectives on how to build security into a company’s culture so that it permeates the development process. They will discuss the need for empathy and understanding between teams and offer practical advice on making security a part of the DevOps environment such that it becomes another element of quality.
Welcome to the CA Live Chat Series home page!
CA and DevOps.com are proud to announce CA Live Chat, a series of webcast-like events which allow experts to host discussions on meaningful DevOps topics, from insights and outlooks to product demos. These events are typically highly interactive and thrive on attendee give-and-take. This fresh, new concept introduces a vibrant, well-trafficked YouTube Live channel of video-chats promoting DevOps and Continuous Delivery topics for the purpose of thought leadership. Please click on any of the on-demand sessions below and “stay tuned” for our exciting upcoming CA Live Chats!
Assess and Guide Your DevOps Journey Leveraging Industry-leading DevOps Research – Live Chat
The DevOps Research & Assessment Group (DORA) is a group of the most preeminent researchers, scientists and experts in the DevOps community—and is the force behind the annual State of DevOps Report. CA has partnered with DORA to offer a unique assessment service for organizations in any stage of DevOps maturity. By leveraging DORA’s expertise and existing research—such as over 23,000 data points from over 2,000 companies worldwide—the assessment service can help you understand both the strengths and areas for improvement in your own DevOps programs.
Better Training for Better Security
In this session, Pete Chestna of Veracode talks to David Wayland from a Fortune 500 Financial Company about the recent CA Veracode/DevOps.com DevSecOps survey. This lively discussion reveals what they have seen in the industry and their real world experience in implementing successful training programs. Your takeaways from this webinar will be solid recommendations for creating your own secure training initiative that leads to better engagement and better results.
Implement a Best Practices Approach to Container Monitoring
Listen to this conversation with Kieran Taylor, CA Technologies and Alan Shimel, DevOps.com to understand:
• What new monitoring, analytics and alerting techniques are best suited for containers.
• Why an open data model is key to understanding and tracking microservice dependencies.
• How to establish monitoring across the entire application lifecycle to increase development speed and quality.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces new and broad changes for data privacy for any company that retains EU customer data. Because so many companies are global, this regulation will most likely involve your company. GDPR gives EU citizens far more control on how you use their personal data. They can limit your use, be forgotten, and even seek damages if their data is misused or breached.
Join CA Technologies’ Jeff Hughes, Sr. Principal Product Marketing Manager and DevOps.com founder, Alan Shimel, as they discuss this upcoming legislation and how companies should go the distance by preparing for the May 2018 deadline! Jeff will provide concrete steps that you can take now to start or continue preparing for this new regulation. You’ll walk away with a knock-out action plan to start moving your testing and compliance teams in the right direction.
Just as we’re starting to get our heads around application containerization and orchestration and along comes serverless computing, service mesh architecture and hype-free Internet of Things use cases. Now DevOps practitioners need to elevate monitoring capabilities beyond relatively simple guarantees of technology uptime and application performance into the more challenging area of ensuring an optimum customer experience. An experience that fuses physical and digital, isn’t time bounded, and incorporates a complex series of customer journey touchpoints.
Join a conversation with Pete Waterhouse, Senior Director of Product and Solutions Marketing at CA Technologies and DevOps.com founder, Alan Shimel to understand:
- What’s on the near-term biz-tech horizon (including containers, serverless, IoT) and how this will radically impact your monitoring strategies
- How traditional practices in continuous delivery, testing and monitoring must evolve to support new digital models and the Internet of Things
- The increased importance and benefit of application performance analytics across the DevOps toolchain
Data Privacy has once again vaulted to the forefront with Facebook and other large companies grappling with data breaches and the use (or misuse) of personal data. We are charting new frontiers in data privacy and legislation alone will not mitigate the data challenges that lay ahead. Brand loyalty and brand trust can take years to build, but can be lost in an instant with one data privacy misstep. There are a number of regulatory challenges facing enterprises globally that need to be considered as well including The US Patriot Act and the upcoming GDPR requirements. Join us learn from Alan Shimel of DevOps.com and DevOps testing and compliance expert Jeff Hughes of CA Technologies on:
- What is Data Privacy?
- What are the penalties for non-compliance?
- How can companies comply with data privacy laws?
- What else can a company do beyond adhering to compliance regulations to protect data privacy?
Enjoy a lively discussion with useful ideas that will help your teams exceed compliance regulations and preserve trust with your customers.
Links to additional resources:
Container Monitoring and Management eBook
This eBook from The New Stack lays out the monitoring challenges confronting todays DevOps engineers, describing approaches to metric collection and visualization, the classes of modern monitoring, and importantly – how what methods work to tame complexity and ensure these dynamic application environments deliver on their promise.
The New Stack Makers Podcast: Future-Proof Docker with Modern Monitoring
In this podcast, we discuss the complexities of monitoring microservice architectures and applications deployed to Docker. Sushil Kumar, SVP of Product Management at CA Technologies, describes the importance of employing an open, flexible monitoring data model for Docker.
The Total Economic Impact™ of Application Performance Management from CA Technologies
A commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of CA Technologies that examines the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by deploying CA Application Performance Management (APM).
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