Last week, hundreds of people signed on as internationally recognized pundit Michael Rasmussen and Dr. Jacob Ukelson answered the question: Why does DevOps need to worry about GRC? Together, they discussed the importance of governance, risk management and compliance as well as how Nolio’s application release automation increases efficiency, effectiveness and business agility for through enterprise.
Developers and operations teams are working more closely together in their efforts to promote more effective DevOps. The need to ensure standardized release operations is increasingly critical and it is in this role that GRC can bridge the gap.
If you weren’t able to attend this event, you don’t have to miss out entirely! We recorded the entire event so you have the freedom to watch and learn from this session at your convenience. Please also feel free to pass this webinar on to any friends or colleagues that you think may benefit from its content.
Entitled ‘How Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) Impact DevOps’, this exciting event discussed:
- The importance of GRC in DevOps
- How automated release processes ensure compliance with internal and external regulations and policies (i.e. SOX, HIPAA)
- How standardized release processes and a full audit trail enables organizations to meet GRC requirements.
Though the webinar is now over, you are invited to continue sending your questions to me (Nili) at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will gladly forward your inquiries on to Dr. Ukelson or any of our other DevOps architects.
Click here to view ‘How Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) Impact DevOps’
Click here to download the whitepaper ‘IT Governance and Compliance – Implementing Application Release Automation’
Meet the Experts
Mr. Rasmussen is an internationally recognized pundit, known for being one of the earliest advocates for a collaborative and integrated approach to GRC.
Dr. Jacob Ukelson
Dr. Ukelson has a proven track record in discovering and developing innovative solutions to real-world customer problems, and then developing them into products.