The Maersk Cloud Compliance team develops capabilities that assist Maersk software development teams in developing and running their cloud solutions in accordance with the Maersk guidelines and best practices. We've developed a compliance framework called Beacons which automatically verifies that cloud infrastructure and code are secure, observable, financially healthy, and more. It also assists product teams to remediate issues if their services should be incompliant. The Beacons are for the most part long-running jobs utilizing Azure serverless container instances. This session will cover the reasons for having a cloud compliance framework in the first place. I'll demo the Maersk cloud management platform that contains the beacons, and show the beacons from a developer and product owner perspective, and explain the architecture that enables them.
Rasmus Wätjen is a former entrepreneur who has worked in the telecommunications and hearing instrument fields. Now he's a professional container juggler (aka Lead Software Engineer) at Maersk. He works with mostly back-end services and has a broad experience with Azure cloud services and .NET development.
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