Track 3

Cloud & DevSecOps – Accelerate Innovation

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Managing Software with Kubernetes
Capitol Ballroom F
Federal IT leaders are focused on injecting greater simplicity into an increasingly complex application landscape. Kubernetes and containers are key to a successful mission. This session will highlight the state of Kubernetes and its growing role in increasing the agility and efficiency of software development teams. Participants will learn how to build an enterprise Kubernetes strategy, evaluate container and orchestration management platforms, and prepare teams for broader Kubernetes adoption.
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Jumpstart Cloud-native App Modernization
Capitol Ballroom F
Cloud-native apps and containerization are the talk of the town in Federal IT circles. But what is the best approach for your agency, and how can you prepare to make your move? Uncover the strategies and prerequisites required for cloud-native applications and containerization, including skill-set requirements. Explore enterprise strategies for Kubernetes and containerization at scale and see first-hand the power of a successful cloud-native journey.
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Deliver Secure Applications at Scale
Capitol Ballroom F
In large Federal agencies, the ability to scale is non-negotiable. This session will focus on delivering DevSecOps at scale in the Federal government. Understand the differences between platform and application DevOps, the prerequisites for DevSecOps enablement, and the strategies for tackling organizational, team, and technical DevSecOps enablement. We’ll also cover the latest trends, such as DevOps analytics, automated infrastructure as code, compliance as code, and the application of DevOps principles to other disciplines.
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Getting Past Agile – From Project to Product
Capitol Ballroom F
Federal agencies are focused on accelerating innovation through DevOps without compromising security. Enter DevSecOps and its potential to integrate security into the complete application lifecycle. In this session, we’ll cover how agencies can achieve DevSecOps success using a product versus project approach, as well as the importance of organizing DevSecOps around value streams, and how product orientation increases the speed and quality of value delivery.

Speakers

Custer
Chief Technology Officer, Intel & Homeland Security
GDIT