Landing DevSecOps lifecycle on Azure Universe

 
Spanish Advanced DEVOPS

Llevas años trabajando con practicas DevOps para gestionar el ciclo de vida de tus soluciones ágiles de la manera mas segura y eficiente que conoces, pero realmente, ¿te has planteado si tu código, tu plataforma o las operaciones de entrega e integración que usas son realmente seguras? En esta sesión explicaremos algunas buenas practicas para la gobernanza de la seguridad con Azure DevOps, desde el modelado de amenazas con STRIDE, test de penetración OWASP, o el análisis del código estático o vulnerabilidades en tus pipelines, hasta el aseguramiento del cumplimiento de los estándares de seguridad más conocidos.

Speakers

Alejandro Almeida

Microsoft Azure MVP & MCT

Currently work designing, giving support and training of architecture to cloud solutions in Azure. I also participate in communities giving talks as a technical evangelist and collaborate as Azure Advisor. During my 17 years of work experience had the opportunity to participate in design of large business solutions with Microsoft technologies. As a personal initiative, during my years as a full-stack developer, created the technological disclosure portal www.adslzone.net, which became an international reference site and currently has more than 12 million active users.

Alberto Picazo

DevOps & Arquitecto de Software & Microsoft Dev MVP

Apasionado de la tecnología, pero ante todo padre. Galardonado con el MVP en la categoría de development technologies Me gusta colaborar en la medida de lo posible con la comunidad, sobre todo subiendo vídeos para la comunidad hispana en mi canal de Youtube. Actualmente estoy desempeñando tareas de Arquitecto de software en Prodware, aplicando buenas practicas en flujos de trabajo. Llevo bastante tiempo colaborando con proyectos para Microsoft, donde cada día es un reto

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