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Enterprise Cloud Security: DevSecOps 2.0

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Enterprise Cloud Security: DevSecOps 2.0

A new take on merging security practices into the DevOps lifecycle.

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Production-proven Mesosphere DC/OS is now even better with GPU scheduling, pods, troubleshooting, enhanced security, and over 100+ integrated services deployed in one-click.

Crawl. Walk. Run. That's the pace at which you can start giving your organization a software-defined security model.


Video Description:

"Running enterprise workloads with sensitive data in AWS is hard and requires an in-depth understanding about software-defined security risks. At re:Invent 2014, Intuit and AWS presented "Enterprise Cloud Security via DevSecOps" to help the community understand how to embrace AWS features and a software-defined security model. Since then, we've learned quite a bit more about running sensitive workloads in AWS.

We've evaluated new security features, worked with vendors, and generally explored how to develop security-as-code skills. Come join Intuit and AWS to learn about second-year lessons and see how DevSecOps is evolving. We've built skills in security engineering, compliance operations, security science, and security operations to secure AWS-hosted applications. We will share stories and insights about DevSecOps experiments, and show you how to crawl, walk, and then run into the world of DevSecOps."

Simply build, test, and deploy. Mesosphere DC/OS is the best way to run containers and big data anywhere offering production-proven flexibility and reliability.

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