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Wednesday, August 26 • 20:53 - 21:08
Oracle Demo: Cross Domain DevSecOps with GitLab and Oracle Cloud

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Join our demonstration of how GitLab and Oracle Cloud can simplify your DevSecOps processes that leverage open development networks and require deployment into classified, tactical-edge, or other controlled environments.  We will share a DevSecOps example using GitLab on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including discussion of transitions from low-to-high networks that leverage GitLab export/import to capture history and context of your CI/CD pipelines, and use automated tools such as vulnerability scanning to accelerate security and ATO processes.

Oracle's cloud native support and GitLab tools will be highlighted to demonstrate how cloud services such as managed Kubernetes clusters, simple provisioning and connectivity for databases, low-code development tools, and use of Infrastructure as Code with Terraform can enhance innovation and rapid delivery of software for government and commercial enterprises.

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Jeff Simpson

Business Development Manager, Oracle
Jeff Simpson has 33 years of software development and management experience across the government, commercial and academic research spaces. Specializing in distributed computing infrastructures, Mr. Simpson has operated as a thought-leader and in the field with the Military/Intelligence... Read More →
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Josh Tatum

Senior Cloud Engineer, Oracle
Josh is a senior cloud engineer with Oracle NSG and has extensive experience in DevSecOps and iterative development across multiple security domains.  Josh has been working closely with some of the nation’s most sensitive intelligence agencies and consults widely with the US Military... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 20:53 - 21:08 PDT
Purple Stage