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DevOps.com for the best chats on DevOps, Cyber, Cloud Native & Digital Transformation.

DevOps Chats is brought you by MediaOps https://mediaops.io, the people behind DevOps.com, Security Boulevard, Container Journal, Digital Anarchist and more. Featuring CEO, editor in chief, Alan Shimel, talking with leading lights of the industry

    DevSecOps & OpenShift w/ Kirsten Newcomer, Red Hat

    DevSecOps & OpenShift w/ Kirsten Newcomer, Red Hat

    In this DevOps Chat we chat with Kirsten Newcomer,Senior Principal Product Manager, Red Hat. It is a great discussion on the state of DevSecOps and how the Red Hat Open Shift team is trying to make it easier for devs, DevOps and cyber folks to work together to create more secure applications.

    • 21 min
    Free Remote Endpoint Protection From Qualys

    Free Remote Endpoint Protection From Qualys

    Many companies are responding to the large number of people working from home as a result of the public health situation. Today Qualys rolled out a totally free 60 day version of their cloud-based security and compliance solution at no charge.

    We spoke with Sumedh Thakar about the free release and how Qualys is helping enterprises with their remote workforce.

    • 16 min
    The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities

    The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities

    WhiteSource one of the leaders in the Software Composition Analysis space recently released their annual report on "The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities". It is chock full of good data and findings on what is the current state of open source security and how things are trending.

    I had a chance to sit down with Rhys Arkins, Director, Product at WhiteSource to see what some of the highlights were. Rhys was happy to share and show us some of things you should be mindful of.

    • 21 min
    What Is Your Data Really Worth? Data Innovators Know. Splunk

    What Is Your Data Really Worth? Data Innovators Know. Splunk

    Gaining real insights, often unique insights can catapult companies ahead of the competition, but that's easier said than done. Splunk recently released its new report, "What Is Your Data Really Worth?" which produced some very compelling results.

    Leading-edge data innovators use data to raise gross profits by 12.5%. 97% of this top tier meet or beat their customer retention targets. Mature organizations are almost 10 times more likely to draw more than 20% of their revenue from new, innovative products and services. A select group of companies, categorized as Data Innovators, achieved impressive and measurable results.

    Andi Mann, Splunk Chief Technology Advocate, joins Mitch Ashley on DevOps Chats to share some of the key insights in the report and discuss how companies are utilizing their data to achieve higher revenue growth, improved customer experiences and gain cost savings. The full report is available to download at https://www.splunk.com/en_us/form/whats-your-data-really-worth.html.

    • 21 min
    Route Intelligence From

    Route Intelligence From

    Contrast Security has released the first "Route Intelligence" functionality in the latest version of their next generation security platform. https://www.contrastsecurity.com/contrast-news

    In this DevOps Chat we speak with Contrast's CTO/co-founder, Jeff Williams, about what route intelligence is and why you should have a look at it.

    Contrast continues to set the bar in DevSecOps, pushing beyond vulnerability scanning to enable more security software.

    • 17 min
    Liquibase, Open Source & Databases w/ Dion Cornett, President, Datical

    Liquibase, Open Source & Databases w/ Dion Cornett, President, Datical

    Datical has been a leader in the DevOps for databases since even before the term was used. What many may not realize was that the open source Liquibase project was a major contributor to Datical's success. So it should be no surprise then that in filling the open President's seat, they would tap an open source veteran.

    Dion Cornett, has open source credibility from his time at Red Hat and MariaDB. In his new role he is responsible for marketing, sales and product. He is determined to see the same kind of success with open source business models he has been part of before, succeed at Datical.

    In this discussion we hear from Dion on his plans and views.

    • 15 min

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