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Using Gitops and github Events/ CDevents in DevSecOps release orchestration pipeline

with Manuel Schuller


Join us for an engaging session with speaker Manuel Schuller, where we explore the pivotal role of GitOps and GitHub Events/CDevents in DevSecOps release orchestration.

Using Gitops and github Events/ CDevents in DevSecOps release orchestration pipeline, to make sure that Every Software Released Automatically Complies with Control Standards: Especially for banks, releasing controlled software is not only a must, but a business priority. In this session we will present and discuss: – Implementing DevOps processes – made possible through a set of tools – to ensure that every piece of software released into production complies to the required level of control – How this level of control is defined not by the projects, but by transverse teams who make sure all controls are compliant with the state of the art – How these controls become company-wide best practices, so that these transverse groups are meant to disappear after the Culture and Best Practices are disseminated within the organization.

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Manuel Schuller

DevOps-ologist, Business and Technical Challenges Solver

About Manuel Schuller

Manuel is a senior DevOps evangelist, with a 20+ years international experience on both Dev and Ops solutions. Public Speaker (in events like DevOps World, DevOps Enterprise Summit, and BrightTalk’s and TechStrong’s programs and broadcasts), Business and Technical Challenges Solver.

Loving the terms “DevOps-ifier” and “DevOps-ologist”, with an excellent knowledge of both technologies and markets, he helps people practice DevOps principles in real world organizations, and achieve results in big DevOps transitions projects.

Outside of DevOps he is a member of the BIEN (Basic Income European Network), and a registered supporter of the Italian CDTI (Club Dirigenti Tecnologie dell’Informazione) and SiFPA (Simple Function Point Association, now in IFPUG).

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