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Wednesday, September 19 • 2:00pm - 2:10pm
Giving Developers Freedom to Innovate while Keeping Jenkins Secure
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We know that giving developers and development teams freedom is essential to helping them innovate and increase software delivery velocity. When developers get ideas, they need the freedom to try and test those ideas. However, too much freedom can introduce risk to keeping our systems secure from attackers -- both malicious and accidental. At Indeed, we’ve managed to balance creative freedom with necessary security implementations, so our teams can stay unhindered. You can do the same. This talk will cover some core techniques you can use to keep your Jenkins instance secure, while leaving teams as much freedom to innovate as possible.

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Alex Thurlow

Engineering Manager, Indeed
Alex Thurlow started at Indeed in 2013 and is an engineering manager in the Delivery Tools team. He has worn just about every hat in tech and uses that experience to scale Indeed’s software development and release process to make it fast, easy, reliable and trusted.

Wednesday September 19, 2018 2:00pm - 2:10pm PDT
Foothill C