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Red Hat Summit 2017

S102975 - An OpenShift DevOps platform in a highly regulated environment

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Do your developers have to talk to many different groups just to get a simple environment set up? Is your DevOps really just Dev?
Barclays have built a platform based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform that really does enable their developers to go from dev to production in a day, complying with all their control processes. Developers are even happy to hand back infrastructure as they know they can re-acquire environments when needed.

Come and listen to how Barclays overcame cultural and process challenges that are part and parcel of a highly regulated banking environment. They used innovative enablement programmes, with extreme focus on their internal customers, to achieve high customer adoption and satisfaction rates. This is a very successful journey to DevSecOps and this session will explain how they achieved this.


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Application delivery, DevOps, Application platforms
Breakout session
45 minutes
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