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Delivering DevSecOps Value Faster? Use Metrics and Standards

October 2020 Presentation

This presentation by Steven Woodward of Cloud Perspectives was given virtually at DevSecOps Days DC 2020 on October 1, 2020.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

Abstract

DevSecOps, airlines, and bears, oh my! Attend this session to learn how things these relate!

Does DevSecOps deliver the desired benefits and outcomes as advertised? How do standardized metrics quantitively demonstrate that the desired outcomes have been realized? How do standardized metrics enable the technical solutions to support the business? Are there cultural and behavior considerations that accompany the use of metrics?

This session will share real-life perspectives in answering these questions, including DevSecOps use-case considerations and the effective use of metrics.

This presentation by Steven Woodward of Cloud Perspectives was given virtually at DevSecOps Days DC 2020 on October 1, 2020. Steven Woodward is the founder of Cloud Perspectives, a cloud change agent. He is a co-editor with ISO/ IEC JTC1 SC7 for the Agile and DevSecOps subject areas and has contributed to the DevOps and DevSecOps standards with IEEE and the Cloud Security Alliance.

Steven served as the convener with ISO/ IEC JTC1 SC38 for the Cloud Service Connectivity advisory group, is the liaison between SC7 and SC38, and continues to contribute to several other standards groups.

Steven has over 30 years’ experience in software metrics and service level agreements, authoring several chapters in books and industry publications. A frequent presenter at various universities, he enjoys the continuous learning opportunities and the opportunity to influence the next generation of IT service professionals. Steven is known for his real-life examples and for providing practical insights to reduce risk and improve IT decision making.

Affiliation: Cloud Perspectives, contributor to NIST, IEEE, CSA, ISO/ IEC, ITU-T, and other standards.

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