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Wednesday, June 24 • 11:25 - 11:55
Open Source and Online DevOps Dojo (DXC Technology)

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Skilling and re-skilling for DevOps technology AND culture is a real challenge for the software reliant industry. We can't hire fast enough and chasing talents is time consuming and expensive.

Introducing the "Online DevOps Dojo", an Open Source project to learn and practice DevOps patterns, as made popular by the "Accelerate" book and research by Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble and Gene Kim, from the comfort of your web browser.

In this 30-minute breakout session, we will do a walkthrough of one of the training modules of the Online DevOps Dojo: "shifting security left". If you are a developer, you will get directly reusable content. If you are a leader, you will understand the concepts, see them implemented, and get the resources to create a similar program for your teams.

After a brief history of our use of DevOps Dojos, why we moved to both a face-to-face and online model, we will spend time on the story and the characters (also Open Source) of the series.

Shifting security left is a big topic: as we walk you through the module, we will get to the why and how to implement proactive security countermeasures as part of the CI and also CD pipeline, as code.

The best is that you will be able to follow along, share the Online DevOps Dojos with your colleagues, and why not use them for your own DevOps journey.

One last thing: the learning modules are open source: we invite the DevOps community to not only use, but also contribute enhancements and new modules!

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Olivier Jacques

Distinguished Technologist, DevOps, DXC Technology
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Chris Swan

Engineer, The @ Company
DevOps practitioner trying to turn lots of IT ops people into DevOps practitioners.

Wednesday June 24, 2020 11:25 - 11:55 BST
Track 3