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Source: Cloud AustinPanic! at the DISCO
We will have two talks this evening - Bruce Szalwinski & Nicholas Barretta.
Special thanks to Rackspace Inc for sponsoring the speakers via remote Zoom!
So you want to deploy to production more than once a week
Overview of CI / CD process at CS Disco. How we moved from one person deploying all things once a week to each team having the ability to deploy their own things when they are ready. Includes: a) moving from Terraform mono repo (all infrastructure for all services in one repo) to infrastructure by lifecycle and ownership, b) multi-region / multi-account CodePipeline deploying app config, infrastructure and services; c) resulting in 9 teams, 75 developers, 230 pipelines and 15K+ deployments in the last 12 months.
Bruce Szalwinski is an electrical engineer turned database architect turned software engineer. He currently spends his days at CS Disco as a Dev Ops engineer automating all things. When he is not crafting code or creating cookies, Bruce can be found in far south Austin, avoiding snakes and spending time in his almost empty nest with his wife and four dogs.
Cloud Breach Incident Response & Forensics
Cloud breaches are on the rise, and none of these breaches are small. Understanding the TTPs is key to determining where to look among the plethora of services available through Cloud Service Providers such as AWS and Azure. In this session we'll enumerate sources of forensic evidentiary data among the vastness of AWS Cloudtrail, GuardDuty, Microsoft Graph, and more. A very clearly defined methodology will be provided as a baseline for combing through this data in a precise and expedited way. Examples from real world breaches will be highlighted providing practical approaches to exposing the attacker's methods and compromise.
Nicholas Barretta is a solutions architect who has spent the majority of his career working within the cloud computing space. He spent two years at AWS as a Senior Solutions Architect, and prior to that spent five years at Google, the latter two as a Customer Engineer for Google Cloud. In both roles, he has helped large enterprise customers build and execute their cloud migration plans while also helping them identify and adopt security best practices that mitigate both legacy and cloud-specific threats without slowing down the increased pace of innovation that cloud promises developers. He holds the AWS Certified Solutions Architect Professional, AWS Certified DevOps Engineer Professional, and AWS Security Specialty certifications. He is based in Toronto, Canada.
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