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Application Development and Management

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  • How We Approached Evaluation of ALM Octane and Now Run Agile Testing
    How We Approached Evaluation of ALM Octane and Now Run Agile Testing
    Gerd Fladrich, Risang Sidik Recorded: May 16 2019 60 mins
    This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit Testing Quality ALM Special Interest Group (SIG).

    Join this webinar that will demonstrate how BNP Paribas started and performed evaluation of ALM Octane and is now using the tool to run complete agile testing lifecycles. The testing lifecycle will be presented as a live demo that follows Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) methodology and uses Gherkin notation for defining test suites.

    The testing lifecycle starts with definition of requirements and user stories, heavily builds on test automation and advanced reporting, manages and synchronizes defects across tools, and feeds learnings from testing back into the requirements. It uses an integrated development and testing infrastructure including products like Confluence, Jira, Micro Focus ALM, Micro Focus ALM Octane, Jenkins, GIT, Cucumber, IntelliJ, TestCafe, and others.

    BNP Paribas’s journey with agile test automation using ALM Octane started in 2017. The webinar presents in a nutshell how evaluation of ALM Octane was approached and conducted. It explains how new methods were introduced with the objective to leverage full tool functionality. The initiative has soon helped to increase testing efficiency and created important business value.

    Webinar participants will learn:

    • How BNP Paribas has conducted evaluation of ALM Octane
    • Why ALM Octane is much more than just a successor of ALM/Quality Center
    • How ALM Octane eases flexible management of its entire surrounding tool chain
    • Why methodology like BDD shall precede tools, and not vice versa
    • How Gherkin establishes a common language for the entire agile development lifecycle that helps integrating business, development, and testing
    • How to use ALM Octane for pipeline management, reporting, defect synchronization, import of performance testing and BPT results, integration of in-sprint testing etc.
  • Turning a Service Management Support Engineer Effortlessly into Learning Content
    Turning a Service Management Support Engineer Effortlessly into Learning Content
    Anna Marie Jupp Recorded: May 9 2019 50 mins
    There are many challenges facing those who work in the ITSM field. It seems the most significant challenge is the constant changes, whether they are within the tools and customers you are supporting, the on-and-off boarding of employees, or the changes in your ITSM solution from upgrades or total replacement. The Micro Focus Adoption Readiness Tool can help you guard against these changes affecting your business.

    • How to stop your knowledge leaving the building when the SME’s move on
    • How to put together a knowledge repository and maintain your content efficiently
    • How to create new content on the fly
    • How to make this knowledge available for everyone at the point of need
  • Kubernetes in the Cloud
    Kubernetes in the Cloud
    Matt Baldwin, NetApp and Former Founder StackPoint Cloud; Ingo Fuchs, NetApp; Mike Jochimsen, Kaminario Recorded: May 2 2019 61 mins
    Kubernetes (k8s) is an open-source system for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Kubernetes promises simplified management of cloud workloads at scale, whether on-premises, hybrid, or in a public cloud infrastructure, allowing effortless movement of workloads from cloud to cloud. By some reckonings, it is being deployed at a rate several times faster than virtualization.

    In this presentation, we’ll introduce Kubernetes and present use cases that make clear where and why you would want to use it in your IT environment. We’ll also focus on the enterprise requirements of orchestration and containerization, and specifically on the storage aspects and best practices.

    •What is Kubernetes? Why would you want to use it?
    •How does Kubernetes help in a multi-cloud/private cloud environment?
    •How does Kubernetes orchestrate & manage storage? Can Kubernetes use Docker?
    •How do we provide persistence and data protection?
    •Example use cases
  • DevOps Adoption in The Real World – 3 Ways to Drive Test Centric Continuous Deli
    DevOps Adoption in The Real World – 3 Ways to Drive Test Centric Continuous Deli
    Julian Fish, Wes Godard Recorded: Apr 30 2019 59 mins
    As Enterprise DevOps adoption hits the mainstream, organizations are looking to streamline and simplify their Development and Testing practices through the use of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Whilst CI and CD practices can provide significant benefits, such transformations are often led by Development teams, where little thought is given about the impact that the process and technology changes will have upon testing organizations, and the need to fully align all areas of the application delivery pipeline.
    In this live webinar, join Micro Focus to understand:
    • How development, test and release processes and pipelines can be easily and simply aligned
    • How test automation can be a core component of your CD pipeline and why an orchestrated DevOps toolchain is key to successful DevOps transformation
  • Introducing a Security Feedback Loop
    Introducing a Security Feedback Loop
    Dan Garfield, Chief Technology Evangelist, Codefresh.io Recorded: Apr 25 2019 31 mins
    We’re all looking at ways to prevent vulnerabilities from escaping into our production environments. Why not require scans of your Docker images before they’re even uploaded to your production Docker registry? SHIFT LEFT!

    When your engineers get information about security vulnerabilities earlier, they're more efficient with fixes!

    Join Codefresh, as we demonstrate setting up vulnerability and compliance thresholds in a CI pipeline. We will show you how to give your teams access to your Docker images’ security reports & trace back to your report from your production Kubernetes cluster using Codefresh.
  • New Enterprise Application and Data Security Challenges and Solutions
    New Enterprise Application and Data Security Challenges and Solutions
    Ulf Mattsson, Head of Innovation, TokenEx Recorded: Apr 25 2019 61 mins
    With sensitive data residing everywhere and the breach epidemic growing, the need for application and data protection solutions has become even more critical.

    Join Ulf Mattsson, Head of Innovation at TokenEx as he discusses:

    - New Security Challenges to Applications and Data in Cloud
    - New requirements from Regulations
    - Application and Data Security solutions for the Enterprise
    - Trends in integration of Security into Application development
    - Automating Security tasks in the Open Application development process
    - The new API Economy
    - Application Security in the new API Economy
    - Latest developments and standards in Identity Management for The API Economy
    - Emerging Data Protection options for Public, Hybrid and Private Cloud.
  • [Panel] Harnessing Knowledge: The State of Enterprise Application Security
    [Panel] Harnessing Knowledge: The State of Enterprise Application Security
    Daniel Blander, Virtual Clarity (Moderator), Joseph Feiman, CSO, WhiteHat Security & Paul Farrington, CTO, Veracode EMEA Recorded: Apr 25 2019 61 mins
    As organizations strive to transform themselves for the digital economy, application development is moving further into the spotlight - and right behind it is application security.

    So in 2019, AppSec can make or break a business. Instead of being overwhelmed by this pressure, there are tools and processes on the market that can help your application both meet and exceed business and security demands.

    From infrastructure-as-code models to API security and DevOps, learn from this panel of global experts how to harness knowledge and accelerate application release cycles, improve security and transform your business.

    Moderator: Daniel Blander, Virtual Clarity
    Panelists:
    Joseph Feiman, Chief Strategy Officer, WhiteHat Security
    Paul Farrington, CTO, Veracode EMEA
  • A Journey into Open Development with Lloyds Banking Group
    A Journey into Open Development with Lloyds Banking Group
    James McLeod, Software Engineering Lead, Lloyds Banking Group Recorded: Apr 25 2019 28 mins
    Lloyds Banking Group is a financial services group with millions of customers and a presence in nearly every UK community, both online and on the local high street. With more than one million businesses serviced through their brands, the hopes for creating the bank of the future is firmly locked in the sights of this digitally transforming organization.

    In order to hit their ambitious goal, Lloyds Banking Group is changing from a traditionally introverted bank, hardened to risk through years of manual process, into an open and collaborative organization where innovation and experimentation are driven by engineering and automation.

    During this talk you’ll learn how Lloyds Banking Group journeyed into Inner Source with the formation of engineering guilds and how this lead to the adoption of GitHub Enterprise from proof of concept to widespread use. We’ll also explore how engineering guilds formed the GitHub Enterprise Working Group to share successes and educate on best practices, while safeguarding the operation of their engineering community.

    Finally, we’ll tell the story of how Lloyds Banking Group is moving fast toward Open Source, powered by the determination and ambition of Lloyds Engineering and the Lloyds Banking Group Open Source Mission.

    About the speaker:
    James McLeod is a passionate Software Engineer with a belief in open collaboration and a drive for growing engineering communities.

    James’ role as Software Engineering Lead at Lloyds Banking Group focuses on guiding the engineering community, listening to feedback, and removing barriers through leading and advocating for Lloyds engineering guilds and Inner Source collaboration.

    His energy and passion goes beyond the workplace where James is the founder of ‘React London–Bring Your Own Project’ – a rapidly growing London meetup, with over 1300 active members.
  • Making Continuous Security in Applications a Reality
    Making Continuous Security in Applications a Reality
    Aaron Weaver - Application Security Architect, OWASP and DefectDojo Recorded: Apr 24 2019 43 mins
    You’ve probably heard many talks about DevSecOps and continuous security testing but how many provided the tools needed to actually start that testing? This talk does exactly that. It provides an overview of the open source AppSec Pipeline tool which has been used in real-world companies to do real security work. Beyond a stand-alone tool, the OWASP AppSec Pipeline provides numerous docker containers ready to automate, a specification to customize with the ability to create your own implementation and references to get you started.

    The talk will also cover how to add an AppSec Pipeline to your team’s arsenal and provide example templates of how best to run the automated tools provided. Finally, we’ll briefly cover using OWASP Defect Dojo to store and curate the issues found by your AppSec Pipeline. The goal of this talk is to share the field-tested methods of Aaron Weaver - If you want to start your DevSecOps journey by continuously testing rather then hear about it, this talk is for you.
  • Critical Lessons Learned While Adopting DevOps Lifecycle for SecOps using Agile
    Critical Lessons Learned While Adopting DevOps Lifecycle for SecOps using Agile
    Matt Snyder Recorded: Apr 24 2019 60 mins
    This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit DevOps Special Interest Group (SIG).

    SecOps teams are always looking to strike a balance between staying ahead of new threats and not getting burned by older ones, all while having to do a hundred other things at once. The SecOps team at VMware will share their experience adopting a DevOps process for continuous improvement, while working to reduce the extreme utilization level of the Security Operations Center (SOC) team and to improve the overall security posture. The session will offer practical lessons learned, from a real 24/7 global SOC, without all the fancy buzzwords and feel good tips that don’t actually work in the real world.

    Join this webinar to learn:

    • How shifting the method of working has improved Security Monitoring, without having to spend more money
    • What to be aware of when adopting new methods or techniques
    • How to plan out goals and achieve them in environments where priorities constantly are shifting

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