July 23, 2019
To become mission-ready, DoD must adopt a DevSecOps culture by leveraging agile methodologies and practices to deliver applications faster and at a higher quality.
Transformation to a DevSecOps culture doesn’t happen overnight. To make it a permanent part of your agency’s DNA, you need the right tools to enforce and automate modern application delivery methods and processes, and to ensure repeatability and predictability.
Breakfast and Opening of ATARC Federal Executive Briefing
Visionary Keynote Briefing on Containers
Chief Software Officer, USAF
Visionary Panel: Using DevSecOps to Enhance the DoD Mission
What impact is DevOps having on the DoD and how are agile methodologies being implemented within DoD agencies and departments? This panel will examine the DevOps tools and techniques being utilized to help the warfighter operate quicker and more efficiently in their mission tasks.
Director of Information Management, HQDA-DCS-G2, US Army
Senior Advisor for Software Acquisition, DOD
Chief, Reserve Component Automation Systems (RCAS), PEO-EIS, U.S. Army (invited)
Moderator: Chuck Svoboda
OpenShift Practice Lead, Public Sector, RedHat
Visionary Panel: Security’s Critical Role in DevSecOps
Cybersecurity plays a crucial role in all DoD mission activity, but what impact does security have on DevOps? This panel will examine the DevOps lifecycle from a cybersecurity perspective and discuss the need for security standards and policies to be included in the initial planning stages.
Joseph T. Walker
Enterprise Architect, U.S. Department of Navy
Compliance Branch Deputy Chief (Cybersecurity and SISO), USMC
Dr. Leslie Perkins
Deputy CTO, U.S. Air Force (invited)
Moderator: Tom Suder