Chris has more than twenty years in IT, and started out in server ops at PwC administering 5000 physical servers. He moved into designing and developing software focusing on the financial industry including HSBC and American Express. At Amex he worked to combine Dev and Ops groups by building their Release Engineering department & cross focused DevOps teams to take 300+ apps from deployments taking over 8 hours 4x a year to build and deploy time of 18 minutes sent to production multiple times a day with no down time. He has created self-service portals for provisioning infrastructure on private and public clouds. Chris has a strong fondness for application modernization and integrating application security into DevSecOps pipelines. He takes a holistic and analytical view backed with years of hands-on experience, to find the best business value for solutions and challenges.
ZT applications managers face significant challenges as they balance top-down executive mandates with the need to make progress on software issues.
CISOs expect application security to fully support ZT, while AppSec managers use the ZT framework to organize & prioritize investments and activities.
By identifying key priorities before a breach, ZT infrastructure managers can contribute meaningfully to the success of the organization’s ZT strategy.
Contemporary zero trust infrastructure often centers on outside-the-perimeter resources, challenging security leaders who are looking to establish resilient environments.
Implement a program for effectively Acquiring, Configuring, Integrating, and Governing your COTS and SaaS apps.
Accessing or altering your fraud vendor’s info could potentially slow down the entire interface or bring it crashing down. There is an alternative—breaking down your functions into separate “microservices”.
The time and money you spend every month, every week, or every day catching up on development. This can include updating to new solutions, finding ways to keep old systems running, or missing out on new opportunities that more efficient solutions would provide.
In this Horizon Report by Stratascale (an SHI company), our analysts identify how edge computing can be a key component to an organization’s digital transformation.
In this Horizon Report by Stratascale (an SHI company), our authors describe how investing in system observability tools is a proven value-add, providing benefits for end users and the business.
In this Horizon Report from Stratascale (an SHI company), we explore how enterprises should integrate data models into their complex operating environments.
We describe how service mesh technology has evolved from the hyped-up early days and how organizations have begun to realize the promise of a resilient, scalable, and traceable way to deploy modern application architectures.