Amazon’s approach to DevSecOps practices
Leo Zhadanovsky
Chief Technologist, Education, Worldwide Public Sector
Amazon Web Services
DevSecOps is the practice of integrating and automating the enforcement of preventive, detective, and responsive security controls into the DevOps lifecycle. Amazon deploys new software to its development and production servers at an average of more than one deployment per second. Join this chalk talk to learn about Amazon’s DevSecOps best practices through the entire lifecycle, as well as how Amazon uses DevSecOps practices to deliver new application features at a high velocity while ensuring security and compliance. See real-world examples of tooling and frameworks that demonstrate DevSecOps best practices.
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