As developers and operations work together to promote effective DevOps, the need to ensure standardized release operations becomes increasingly critical. One aspect of effective DevOps that is often overlooked is IT governance, risk management and compliance (GRC). Download this free white paper and find out what internationally recognized GRC pundit Michael Rasmussen has to say on the topic.
Aligning GRC with IT Operations
“An effective IT operation environment requires that the organization have processes and technology in place to effectively monitor and control business critical/sensitive applications to ensure they are current, relevant to the business, and secure.” – Michael Rasmussen, IT Operations: A GRC Perspective
Technology, applications and information are the backbone of an organization. IT Operations must be managed and maintained in such as a way as to allow the business to meet its objectives, comply with regulations, mitigate risks and improve operations.
For effective DevOps, IT GRC must include IT Operations. It becomes a joint effort to protect the organization and meet compliance requirements such as SOX and HIPAA.
In this free whitepaper you will learn:
- The importance of GRC in DevOps
- How automated release processes ensure compliance with internal and external regulations and policies
- How standardized release processes and a full audit trail enables organizations to meet GRC requirements
Click here to download your free whitepaper: ‘IT Operations: A GRC Perspective’
Click here to view the free on-demand webinar ‘How Governance, Risk Management and Compliance Impact DevOps’
About Michael Rasmussen, GRC Pundit
Michael Rasmussen is an internationally recognized pundit on the topics of business ethics, corporate culture, policy management, and compliance. With more than 18 years of experience, Michael helps organizations understand their culture and improve related governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) strategies, processes, and technologies that deliver business agility, efficiency, and effectiveness. He is noted for being one of the earliest advocates for a collaborative and integrated approach to GRC.