DevOps and the future of Change Management
DevOps and the future of Change Management

DevOps and the future of Change Management

Our CEO @meekrosoft gave a talk at BCS EDN alongside @sebrose where he discussed the extra friction software teams face in regulated industry. Why glue a manual release process onto the end of our pipelines when we can automate it like everything else? Welcome to Continuous Compliance.

DevOps has transformed the way we deliver software and deploying multiple times per day - even on a Friday - is now perfectly normal practice. But, for regulated teams, manual change management processes still put a handbrake on releases. This is the next frontier for regulated industry and by automating these processes as part of DevOps approach we can release software that is secure, traceable and compliant by design. We’re already familiar with continuous integration and continuous delivery. Mike’s position is that the natural evolution for delivering software in regulated industry is continuous compliance.

Want to know more about BCS EDN and what they do? Check them out and tell them we said hi. Mike’s next talk is at DevOpsCon in Berlin, a hybrid conference so you can view online or rock up in person. Sign up here.

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