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FREE Event

Investments Unlimited:

Fireside Chat with the Authors

Investments Unlimited: Fireside Chat with the Authors

When: September 13, 2022 @ 10:00 am Eastern/1:00 pm Pacific
Where: Online (Zoom)
Cost: Free!


In the vein of bestselling titles The Phoenix Project and The Unicorn Project, Investments Unlimited helps organizations radically rethink how they handle audit compliance and security for their software systems. By introducing concepts, tools, and ideas to reimagine governance, this book catalyzes a more humane way to enable high-velocity software delivery that inspires trust and is inherently more secure.

To celebrate the release of this new book, authors  will be joining us for a fireside chat, moderated by coauthor and DevOps leader John Willis.

You will learn:

- What is automated governance? Or policy as code?
- How can we shift left on security and audit compliance?
- How we can use automation to move faster, safer, and more secure.

Includes a free, downloadable reader's guide to the book!
(Available at the event.)

Sign up to attend this free fireside chat!
About the Authors
Helen Beal is an award-winning DevOps speaker, writer, and strategic advisor. Bill Bensing is a software architect helping to standardize DevSecOps. Jason Cox is a champion of DevOps practices and leads SRE teams. Michael Edenzon is a senior IT leader and engineer modernizing the technical landscape for highly-regulated organizations. Tapabrata (Topo) Pal is a DevSecOps thought leader who leads DevOps transformations at large financial institutions. Caleb Queern helps CIOs and CISOs reduce risk as they quickly build software so they can grow and compete. John Rzeszotarski provides thought leadership to large enterprises on reliability, scalability, regulatory issues, and more. Andres Vega works in security, compliance, and privacy engineering. John Willis is a bestselling author and considered one of the founders of the DevOps movement.
About the
Investments Unlimited, Inc. has accomplished what many other firms in their industry have failed to do: they have successfully navigated the transition from legacy ways of working to the digital frontier. With the help of DevOps practices, Investments Unlimited delivers value to its customers with speed and agility. But now, all that work is about to fall apart. Sure, DevOps helped the company adapt, but it also failed them.

While features moved through the organization swiftly, their governance process became inundated with friction, frustration, and failure. And now, their inability to deliver what they promise has led regulators to slap them with an MRIA (matter requiring immediate attention), the final warning before cease-and-desist letters and fire sales.

With the future of Investments Unlimited on the line, a cross-functional team of executives and engineers has just months to develop a modern governance process that satisfies regulators but doesn’t slow down the company’s ability to compete in the market. It is up to this ragtag team to navigate trials, tribulations, site failures, and supply chain attacks, all on their path to save the company from disaster.
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