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Monday, September 17


Progressive Delivery - isn't that just CD with a new name?
Progressive Delivery is the technique of delivering changes first to small, low-risk audiences, and then expanding to larger and riskier audiences, validating the results as you go. For teams that have been running a CD pipeline this will feel like a natural progression—as it should. Many of the core benefits, tools, and mechanics remain the same. The primary distinction is the incorporation of a ‘built-for-failure’ mentality. In order to be successful in this delivery model teams need to have a system that manages the separation of code deployment from feature release, as well as control of the release, like a valve or gate that you can slowly open and close.

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Adam Zimman

 Adam, the VP of Product & Platform at LaunchDarkly, has over 20 years of experience working in a variety of roles from software engineering through to technical sales. He has worked in both enterprise and consumer companies such as VMware, EMC, and GitHub. Adam is driven by a passion... Read More →

Monday September 17, 2018 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Partner Theater


Integrating Open Source Security Into Your CI/CD Pipeline
 Jenkins' CI/CD pipeline has changed the pace of development, speeding up how products are built and released. Security tools need to keep up, running continuously to shift left security to avoid bottlenecks that can impact production and release. 
As open source components comprise the largest part of the code base in modern applications, it can be a challenge to ensure that only secure and compliant components are being used in products. We will offer a number of important tips and insights on how development and security teams can integrate automated Software Composition Analysis tools into their DevOps pipeline to mitigate exposure and build better products.

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Dan Gross

VP Product, WhiteSource
Technology entrepreneur and executive with over 20 years of experience in defining the strategic direction and ambitious growth planning for both start-ups and well-established global brands. Before joining WhiteSource, Dan served as VP for Business Development at salesforce.com... Read More →

Monday September 17, 2018 5:30pm - 5:45pm
Partner Theater


Real-World Continuous Improvement Leveraging Metrics and Analytics
Come join the discussion regarding enterprise release orchestration and utilization of analytics to enable application delivery. Topics will include improving application delivery velocity and quality,  maintaining governance for an enterprise portfolio and enabling the  DevOps journey. Additionally, we will discuss integrating more cloud services and managing different concepts of environments. Hear how Plutora is helping to manage and improve all the value streams providing end-to-end management and visibility.
Managing the value stream using Plutora, the goal is to:
- Utilize insights to direct the decisions regarding release activity including environmental change..
- Perform “what-if” analysis on changes to process and automation.
- Predict future delivery capacity, performance and quality.

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Sean Hamawi

CPO / Co-Founder, Plutora
CTO / Co-Founder Sean Hamawi has 12 years of product development, execution, and delivery experience with some of the largest organizations in Asia. Before co-founding Plutora, Sean was executive director of Tenstone, a niche professional services company that gained a reputation... Read More →
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Keith Smola

Associate Director Release and Service Management, Merck
Responsible for Global Release Management and Service Management at a major pharmaceutical company. Our team provides a COE for release management, environment management, transition, compliance and automation in support of Agile and Waterfall methodologies. 

Monday September 17, 2018 5:45pm - 6:00pm
Partner Theater


The Missing Link in the Dev-Test-DevOps Chain: Intro to AI-powered Visual Testing and Monitoring
Join us, as we take a deep dive into the challenges involved with testing and monitoring the UI/frontend of apps and sites prior and post-release, and show how those challenges can be addressed -- and solved -- by AI-powered solutions, including monitoring live apps and sites in production.

In this session we will:
--Review the main differences between open-source and commercial visual testing tools
--Show how AI-powered visual testing and monitoring fits in the development-deployment lifecycle
--Demo cutting-edge technologies that enable running cross-browser and cross-device visual tests at scale

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James Lamberti

 James Lamberti is CMO @ Applitools. Jame is a seasoned Global Go-To-Market Executive, helping B2B companies package complex solutions for a faster and easier sale. James has successfully led marketing at large global companies (Experian, Clorox), as well as helped start-ups scale... Read More →

Monday September 17, 2018 6:00pm - 6:15pm
Partner Theater


Adding Container Image Security Scanning and Best-practices Enforcement to Jenkins with Anchore
As container build techniques continue to extend into more software delivery flows, the variance in software being produced, in the form of container images, has increased dramatically. We present the Anchore security and best-practice enforcement system, and show how the open-source Anchore Engine can be quickly integrated into Jenkins 
flows. Anchore's policy-based scanning engine is customizable, including checks for software vulnerabilities, accidental presence of secrets/keys, Dockerfile checks, and more. In this talk, we provide an overview of Anchore's capabilities, & review examples of how Anchore security and best-practice scanning can be added quickly to existing 
Jenkins builds.

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Daniel Nurmi

 Daniel Nurmi has worked primarily in designing secure, production-grade, large-scale distributed and high performance computing systems, cloud infrastructure, and applications for enterprise deployments. He most recently held the position of Distinguished Technologist at HP Enterprise... Read More →

Monday September 17, 2018 6:30pm - 6:45pm
Partner Theater


CI/CD or how to get the key to the kingdom
DevOps transformation is 75% culture and process change and 25% IT/tool related.
So, when starting your journey, what are the first steps you need to take? What key area of your development process should you modify to get the most impact and benefits? From plugging security holes, automating approvals and checkpoints to redesigning entire processes, there are many ways you can lead your company’s change,
In this talk, Lenovo will review their DevOps practice and how Jenkins enables the overall DevOps process to be created. We’ll profile the various challenges you face and provide recommendations on how to solve them.

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Mathieu Bordier

After living in Taiwan, France, UK, working in sales, product management, I am back in the US to focus the development of the DevOps practice within Lenovo and lead a worldwide offering around it. Using many tools and practices internally on our own Software development, we know how... Read More →

Monday September 17, 2018 6:45pm - 7:00pm
Partner Theater
Tuesday, September 18


Comprehensive Application Security Tooling (CAST) in your Jenkins pipeline
This session will discuss how different analysis capabilities, when stitched together, can provide complete security coverage for your critical applications built using Jenkins. Learn more about each technology and how to automate them as part of any Jenkins pipeline.

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Utsav Sanghani

 a Senior Product Manager at Synopsys- Black Duck Software, Utsav works closely with customers, engineers and design teams to guide integration products from conception to launch and straighten out any potential hurdles in the process. He helps the world’s most innovative companies... Read More →

Tuesday September 18, 2018 3:30pm - 3:45pm
Partner Theater
Wednesday, September 19


Moving from DevOps to DevSecOps with AST
 Moving from DevOps to DevSecOps is incorporating Application Security Testing into developers’ CI/CD already existing pipelines. Application Security Testing such as Static Analysis (SAST), Software Composition Analysis (SCA) and Interactive Application Analysis (IAST) allows development teams to be informed about security vulnerabilities that are being introduced to their codebase so that those vulnerabilities can be addressed immediately. The most prevalent challenge is understanding how to best tune Application Security Testing tools to meet your specific security posture goals that will allow the Application Security team to reduce risk via tighter integration with dev team efforts.

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James Brotsos

Checkmarx Inc.
 James brings a passion for architecting solutions that can be effective in driving security measures for DevOps organizations, essentially transforming that DevOps group into a full blown DevSecOps group. James follows application security trends, security issues facing developers... Read More →

Wednesday September 19, 2018 10:00am - 10:15am
Partner Theater


Improving your DevOps with GitKraken
In this session, find out how the GitKraken tools can empower your team with the insights you need to collaborate more efficiently and effectively. As a version control system, Git plays a vital role in managing the code that collaborators contribute to shared repositories during the DevOps process. The code is then used to perform continuous integration (CI) to create a build, test it, and eventually deploy it onto production. With GitKraken, your teams gain greater visibility into how your code has changed over time and more control in managing it. Join us to find out more!

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James Quigley

GitKraken by Axosoft
 James is a Software Engineer, turned DevOps Engineer, turned IT Director. He's helped create the infrastructure for monitoring GitKraken cloud resources, as well as parallelized and optimized Jenkins Docker builds to cut the time to update production resources by over 50%. Having... Read More →

Wednesday September 19, 2018 10:15am - 10:30am
Partner Theater


Scaling Continuous Delivery Across the Enterprise
Like DevOps, continuous delivery is talked about everywhere. Like DevOps, continuous delivery is used all over. However, like DevOps, continuous delivery practices are often not scaled out across the broad enterprise technology portfolio or distributed teams. This session will focus on the opportunities and benefits of scaling continuous delivery across the enterprise and review some recommendations to achieve this.

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Scott Willson

CA Technologies
Scott Willson is a Product Marketing Director at CA Technologies with over 20 years' technology-based experience in software development, pre-sales, professional services, and management

Wednesday September 19, 2018 12:30pm - 12:45pm
Partner Theater


Continuous Code Quality with SonarQube & SonarLint
It is a pretty common practice to use static analysis during the development process to check on quality, but what are we looking for exactly and what do we do with the findings?
This presentation explains the benefits of continuous code quality, which mechanically improves quality and sets very clear rules on the level of code expected from developers. It also will show how to integrate with the rest of the development ecosystem and how then get the best out of SonarLint and SonarQube.

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Olivier Gaudin

 Olivier is co-founder and the CEO of SonarSource, the company that develops and promotes the open source SonarQube and SonarLint.

Wednesday September 19, 2018 12:45pm - 1:00pm
Partner Theater