45% of organizations worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains by 2025 - this is 3 times more than last year, as predicted by Gartner©. CodeCov and Solar Winds are recent examples that have put a spotlight on these sorts of software attacks.

With infrastructures and platforms going cloud native, there are greater security risks now than ever before. Despite these risks, many highly regulated industries (especially finance and healthcare) are embracing Kubernetes and cloud native tools for their speed, flexibility and scale.

In this webinar, Darren Madams, Weaveworks Solution Architect and Steve Waterworth, Weaveworks Technical Marketing Manager demonstrate how to shift security best practices further left. They’ll walk through a practical example of how Weave GitOps helped a financial services organization move to a hybrid cloud environment for fully automated deployment and cluster provisioning that met their strict security, governance and compliance requirements.

Watch now to learn:

  • The need for deploying clusters in on-premise environments because of compliance requirements such as PCI-DSS
  • How to shift from manual to automated cluster provisioning with policy and security checks in place
  • How to seamlessly expand automated processes across environments using Weave GitOps
  • How Weave GitOps features 100+ policies out-of-the box for shifting security further left in your SDLC

Darren Madams, Solutions Architect, Weaveworks

Darren joined Weaveworks as a Solutions Architect in the RTP area. He has previously worked for Dell EMC, Hitachi, and Veritas facilitating enterprise storage and data management projects for the State of California and the largest healthcare companies in Northern California. Prior to moving to the vendor side he worked for Sutter Health as a Storage Engineer managing their SAN and backup environments. Previous startup experience includes software delivery firm Intraware and web collaboration company PictureTalk.


Steve Waterworth, Technical Marketing Engineer, Weaveworks

As a Technical Marketing Engineer at Weaveworks, Steve brings years of experience having worked in technical roles in the APM space since 2004 for companies including Wily Technology and AppDynamics. In that time, Steve has seen numerous technical revolutions and market disruptions giving him a unique insight into the rapidly changing DevOps environment. 

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