Enabling DevSecOps with the Elastic Stack

january, 2021

26jan6:30 pm8:30 pmEnabling DevSecOps with the Elastic Stack6:30 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my timeOnline event Event Organized By: NoVA DevSecOps

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Maybe you’ve likely heard that Elastic’s really good with unifying, searching, and analyzing all your data? Finding all relevant information is the very first step in any data operation and often the deciding factor between success and failure for that operation. Fast search over all data sources is the key to making critical business decisions, identifying performance issues, and detecting internal or external threats.

The Elastic Stack is an open source search-based technology that is highly distributed, extremely fast, and enables the ingestion, analysis, and secure access of all types of data. In addition to the blazing fast search and aggregations Elasticsearch provides, there are several core features built into the fabric of the Elastic Stack that provide for things like automated data distribution and resilience, policy-driven data lifecycle management, integrated role- and attribute-based access controls (RBAC/ABAC), machine learning, and alerting — to name a few.

So where does the Elastic Stack fit in the world of DevSecOps? There are so many aspects of your DevSecOps ecosystem that the Elastic Stack supports and enhances, but they all begin with Observability of the systems and processes that DevSecOps runs on. Join us to explore these topics and more!

Presented by
Woody Walton
Principal Solutions Architect
Elastic

Woody is a prior active-duty Army soldier who returned to civilian life as a senior software engineer responsible for search and retrieval operations at Army Knowledge Online (AKO), where his love for search began. He then spent ten years running the technical team for the federal division of Autonomy, where he helped architect and deploy large-scale search-based solutions for many government organizations. Woody has been with Elastic for over two years now where his love affair with search continues even stronger than before.

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(Tuesday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my time

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