Security & DevOps: Ways To Make Sure Your Apps & Infrastructure Are Secure

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Traditionalists have often played the security card to slam agile & DevOps principles. The conventional wisdom holds that, by doing things faster and in a way that has everyone working on everything, applications and infrastructure become less secure. While it's true that new DevOps principles eschew multiple levels of review and the expertise of specialists, that doesn't always translate into security shortcomings.

In this webinar we'll explore ways to prove the old guard wrong by showing that security and DevOps, in fact, go hand-in-hand. There are tools and methodologies you can use to make sure that the software developed and infrastructure maintained thru DevOps are as secure as software and infrastructure operated under traditional methods.

Join us on July 19th and walk away with:

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