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Leaders from the world’s biggest companies and most exciting startups will flock to Hong Kong in 2020 to share their stories. They’ll be joined by journalists from major global media outlets.
How to Accelerate the Pace of Digital Change
Emmet B. Keeffe III, Founder of Insight IGNITE, a Digital acceleration program at Insight Partners, the leading scale up software private equity firm provides his perspective on the state of Digital transformation within global businesses and the technology that powers change.
Predictions 2020: DevOps
DevOps continues to capture hearts and minds. However, with release speeds slowing, it's experiencing an inflection point. To succeed, integrated DevOps teams must perceive this inflection point as an opportunity to approach DevOps differently. Join me to lean more about my five DevOps predictions for 2020.
Predictions on Future of Cybersecurity
Join Dr.Chenxi Wang, one of the most influential women in cybersecurity as she shares her predictions on future of cybersecurity, examining today’s threat environment, look at emerging trends —and predicting tomorrow’s—to help businesses get ready for what’s next.
Building the Organization of Tomorrow Today
The future of work is 100% remote, and GitLab is building the organization of tomorrow, today. Companies willing to harness the power of minds across geographies stand to gain invaluable perspectives and talent. Learn from GitLab co-founder and CEO Sid Sijbrandij as he discusses how other founders and leaders can implement processes to reap the benefits of distributed working.
The Future of DevSecOps
These are not repeats of the typical cybersecurity predictions scattered across Internet blogs and articles. DevSecOps lives at the intersection of how DevOps is transforming software creation and rapidly evolving cloud-native software architecture.
The old institutional barriers and departmental walls are nearly irrelevant in modern software development happening across departments outside of IT, as cloud services replace traditional enterprise software and infrastructure, and the use of open source is considered a right by developers. Security leaders and experts must embrace DevOps, ramp up their knowledge of containers, microservices, and serverless, while adapting to a world where adoption occurs when developers choose and integrate security tools into their toolchain and pipeline processes.
Join industry security and IT expert, Mitch Ashley, as he shares his top five 2020 DevSecOps predictions and performs some myth-busting on two obsolete yet persistent security myths.
Trusting the Cloud you Can't Trust
Confidentiality of your data - and your customers' data - is key to maintaining your business. There are all sorts of sensitive data that you may trust on your internal network, but, whether for legal, regulatory or business reasons, you can't, or shouldn't, put in the cloud. New hardware techniques around "Trusted Execution Environments" (TEEs) are changing this, and allowing you to deploy sensitive workloads to more places: a truly open hybrid cloud strategy.
Find out about the Confidential Computing Consortium, a Linux Foundationproject, and about Enarx, an open source project to simplify deployment of those all-too-important workloads.
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