CTO of Elastisys and associate professor of computer science at Umeå University
DevOps in compliancy constrained environments
14-10-2019 15:30 - 15:45
Recent development of tooling and methodology for CI/CD has increasingly pushed the limits of how fast new software features can rolled out to production, at ever larger scale, and in a controllable manner. However, regulated industries are falling behind this accelerated innovation due to concerns regarding security and compliance. This talk will discuss ideas about how core principles of DevOps (automation, version controlled artifacts, infrastructure as code, etc) not only can be applied to increase software release frequency in compliance-constrained sectors, but actually can be key building blocks to achieve compliance and security.
Johan Tordsson is Associate Professor in Computer Science at Umeå University. Tordsson’s research area is autonomic computing, in particular self-management of large-scale distributed systems. He has a broad background from national and international research projects, having held leading roles in large European research projects. His research has been recognized, e.g., with the Nordea scientific award (2016), as well as one best paper award and two best paper runner-up mentions at international IEEE conferences. Tordsson is also co-founder and CTO of Elastisys, a research spin-off company focused on DevOps and cloud native transformations for companies for enterprises in regulated industries. Elastisys was identified by 33-listan as one of the most innovative young companies in Sweden.