It has never been more important to build secure applications from the ground up starting with developers implementing the DevSecOps framework. One facet of DevSecOps is building code that emits high quality telemetry so development teams can deliver new software and services at agile speed without compromising application security. In this session, Cribl technical evangelist Ed Bailey, will discuss three ways to instrument applications at the code level to give operations and security observability platforms enhanced data to provide next level fault detection capabilities that are not otherwise available. We have never seen a more challenging environment to monitor and secure modern applications and advanced telemetry based observability is the only way to meet this challenge.
OPEN TALK: Three Ways to Leverage Devsecops to Increase Operations and Security Observability
Ed Bailey is a passionate engineering advocate with more than 20 years of experience in instrumenting a wide variety of applications, operating systems, and hardware for operations and security observability. Prior to Cribl, Ed spent 15 years as a Logging and Monitoring Architect at TransUnion building global scale systems to support operations and security observability.