Organizations that achieve the automation and self-service ideals of DevOps are able to build, release, and deploy features and apps to users faster and with better quality than the competition. But those ideals are elusive to many teams, especially where changes to existing build and release pipelines are met with fear of losing control over security, compliance, and cloud infrastructure costs.
Join experts from the DevOps Institute and AWS Marketplace to learn how to enable Development and QA teams with automated, self-service, and compliant environments across the pipeline to speed up application development and delivery.
Sean Davis recently joined Transunion as a DevSecOps Advocate to drive change in information security and enable secure, scalable products in the cloud. Prior to Transunion, Sean was the Chief Transformation Evangelist for Equifax. He is focused on creating opportunities between the market, customers, consumers, technology, and security teams to deliver exceptional experiences and exponential talent and market growth. He currently sits on several technology advisor boards and is a flagship instructor and ambassador for DevOps Institute and brand ambassador for YouExec. Sean enjoys coaching technical teams and individuals so they can exceed their own expectations and build secure, durable, and scalable business cultures and products. His primary areas of expertise are around business transformation, technical leadership, DevOps, Agile, and performance coaching.
Chris Chapman is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and Control Tower. His core mission is helping customers and partners automate AWS infrastructure deployment and provisioning. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, and his skills include cloud computing, data integration and architecture, SaaS computing, and software design and development. Chris has previous experience as a developer, systems architect, and big data architect.
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