READY FOR NEXT
Securing the Mission-Critical Software Supply Chain
June 27 | 09:30 am – 04:30 pm | London
Boost your DevOps and SSC Practices
JFrog invites you to a FREE full-day event in London, where you can stay ahead of the game and always be Ready For Next!
You will learn:
- Strategies for protecting your software supply chain from security exposures
- Different approaches to analyzing your source code and binary artifacts for security issues
- What is the SBOM and why is it important for all developers?
- Best Practices for Well-Architected DevOps on AWS
The event is FREE of charge, courtesy of JFrog!
We have a limited number of seats. Please RSVP to confirm your spot!
Join us at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London:
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VP of SolutionS
ROHIT KUMAR SINGH
Solutions Architect – Enterprise FSI
Sr Cybersecurity Engineer
Roy Ben ShOushan
Solutions Engineering Manager
Senior Security Researcher
Curious to learn what lies ahead in the world of software delivery? In this session, we will explore the realm of DevOps and DevSecOps platforms. Prepare to discover why prominent organizations worldwide are embracing a revolutionary approach to delivering, securing, and releasing software. Our aim is to introduce you to an impactful solution that transforms the entire software development lifecycle, from code creation to production, reshaping the way software is delivered and protected. Get ready for an inspiring journey into the future of software delivery. Get Ready for Next!
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