Binary provenance and audit trails that are built into every change
Track changes and record approvals to ensure you are always audit-ready
Full compliance and DevOps insights across your entire organisation
Record an immutable identity for every binary built in your controlled build process with cryptographic fingerprints
Prove your compliance process by automating security and risk controls for every artifact
Automate change reports generated from version control and/or continuous integration events
Verify binary provenance, risk controls and approvals to ensure all deploys are in compliance
“Real time traceability: we can trace a line all the way from production, through our approvals, through our qualification process, all the way back to the original Git commit. It’s the best way I know of mitigating insider threat because we’ve got the audit trail for absolutely everything.”
“Merkely enables us to automate change management as an integrated part of our DevOps pipelines.”
Sometimes doom-scrolling through Twitter has its rewards. A few weeks ago, in between the Ever Given🚢 memes (how we miss the big boat!) and the usual screams😱 into the void, I came across this from Charity Majors (@mipsytipsy), CTO at @honeycombio
A recent FCA report shows that the financial services industry needs to reimagine its approach to change management. By analyzing data from over 1 million production changes, they found out what works and what doesn’t work in the land of regulated change.
In this blog we’ll explain how to automate the change and release compliance in a Secure Software Development Lifecycle. A DevOps Change Journal is new technology that enables teams in regulated industries, like fintech, to release compliant software on demand.