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As more responsibilities shift left toward the development team, the value of adopting good DevOps practices increases dramatically. In this track, we’ll discuss the latest in automated testing, reporting, and deployment while exploring and defining best practices for implementing security (DevSecOps), infrastructure as code, and organizational change management to reap the full benefits of engineering automation.

DevOps Summit Tracks

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Automated Testing, Monitoring, and Reporting

As distributed systems and continuous development make it easier to rapidly deploy code, maintaining code quality and catching problems as they arise become critical capabilities every team must master. In this track, we’ll hear from others how they deployed automated testing, continuous monitoring, and sane notifications and reporting to ensure their systems remain robust and serve the needs of their customers.

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Continuous integration and deployment has allowed agile teams to increase deployments from a few a year to several a week to – in many cases – dozens of deployments a day. This has lead to improved customer satisfaction as issues are resolved quickly and new features are deployed once complete while allowing organizations to more quickly seize on new digital opportunities as they arise. In this track, we’ll hear from the experts who have implemented continous development systems in their organizations, explore the different methods for automating code building, testing, and deployment, and hear about cutting edge developments that promise to speed deployment and reduce toil on software teams.

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Security is no longer the domain of a single department within the organization – as companies expand their digital capabilities, everyone must take responsibility to keep sensitive data secure while preventing illicit access to their systems. In this track, we’ll explore how security is “shifting left” to help developers deploy secure systems while allowing security teams to automatically monitor, flag, and resolve vulnerabilities and other security concerns without disrupting the software development lifecycle.

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Software-defined infrastructure allows developers to declare the ideal environment to run their applications without being too caught up int he implementation details. This allows development teams to work more consistently with their peers in platform engineering and IT/Operations to ensure infrastructure is optimized for their code. In this track, we’ll discuss best practices, learn directly from the experts, and explore what’s coming next for defining infrastructure as code.

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As architectures grow in complexity, so does our ability to understand what’s happening within them. Simple logs and stack traces prove inadequate when tracing asynchronous calls made across dsitrbuted services, adding time and effort to software defect diagnosis and remediation. In this track, we’ll discuss the best practices adopted by experts currently tackling these problems and the options available to you as you implement metrics, monitoring, notifications, and other tooling to help maintain visibility in your applications.

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