Join us Feb. 26: The Need for Speed – Realizing DevSecOps in Gov
Citizens increasingly expect higher performance and quality of government services and applications – putting developers on the hook to deliver new, secure capabilities to their agencies faster than ever. To keep pace, agencies can implement DevSecOps– a methodology that leverages agile principles, automation and integrates security from the start.
To hear how to realize DevSecOps in government, we invite you to RSVP and join the Microsoft Azure Government DC user community for a meetup on Wednesday, Feb 26 from 6 – 8:30 p.m., 1776 at the New America Building in Washington, DC.
During this meetup, which is free and open to the public, you’ll hear from government and industry experts who will:
- Discuss benefits of DevSecOps and how it’s being used in government
- Share challenges and best practices for successfully implementing a DevSecOps methodology
- Demonstrate various DevSecOps tools and techniques for agencies
Featured speakers include:
- Patrick Curran, Federal CTO, Planet Technologies
- Jimmy Pham, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Andrew Weiss, Federal Solutions Engineer, GitHub
- Harshal Dharia, Senior Azure Specialist, Microsoft Federal
- Jim Ford, Director, Azure Solutions, Department of Defense, Microsoft Federal
We hope you’ll check out the agenda and RSVP to join us for an evening of engaging learning and discussion along with excellent networking opportunities and refreshments. Please be sure to invite your colleagues and connections, too.
With nearly 3,000 members, the Azure Government DC user community is one of the largest government cloud communities in the DC-metro region. To join this group of government cloud innovators and stay informed of upcoming events, visit us on Meetup: www.meetup.com/DCAzureGov.
For more details, be sure to check out the agenda and RSVP to join us for this free event. In addition to engaging discussions and learning, there will be excellent networking opportunities and refreshments. We hope to see you there – and be sure to invite your colleagues and connections to join, too.