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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast, Episode 87: DevSecOps

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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) Podcast, Episode 87: DevSecOps

This roundtable-style podcast discusses how to bring security to the forefront in software delivery by ''shifting left'' with DevSecOps.

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This morning on our Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcast, we had a great panel of speakers to talk about DevSecOps.

In software delivery, security is often treated as an afterthought and a bottleneck. It doesn't have to be that way.

During the podcast, we discussed how DevSecOps help teams "shift left," and build security and quality into the process by making EVERYONE responsible for security at every stage.

Our experts shared their experience and expertise around:

  • "Why DevSecOps?"
  • What barriers to overcome on your journey to DevSecOps?
  • What patterns and practices can help?

Alan Shimel
Editor-in-Chief at DevOps.com. DevOps, Security, Open Source, Tech, Business, Writer - @ashimmy | devops.com

Chenxi Wang
Managing General Partner, Rain Capital. Previously she held roles at Twistlock, CipherCloud, and Intel Security - @chenxiwang

Paula Thrasher
Chief Architect, National Security Division at GDIT. Changing Federal IT through Lean, Agile, DevOps ideas. Helping build brilliant teams with the technical and cultural skills to transform - @paula_thrasher | www.gdit.com/

Geetika Tandon
Director, Technology, Federal Civilian CTO Group, Application, Middleware and DevOps Lead

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Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) podcasts air monthly (and sometimes more!)

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devops ,ci/cd ,devsecops ,security ,software delivery ,pipelines

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