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Can Agile Methodology Survive without DevOps Techniques?
To maintain business needs and adapt to the speed of the market of new features requires agility automation and continues delivery techniques throughout application development life cycles. Many believe that Agile means Scrum and DevOps means Continuous Deployment. Agile and DevOps can make these terms sound very different. However, agile is more about process and methodology whereas DevOps focuses on how to reduce time to market with automation mechanics. In some cases, agile is creating more confusion especially in highly regulated environments (i.e financial sector, health industry) with respect to regulation and security. Now, the question is how to overcome these barriers to implement Agility. This talk will explain the relationship between Agile and DevOps and the mechanisms of DevOps that require agile or Agile activities that require DevOps techniques. Collectively, we will seek an answer to the main question.
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Hasan Yasar (Primary Presenter), Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University, email@example.com;
Hasan Yasar is the technical manager of the secure lifecycle solutions group at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), CMU. Hasan leads an engineering group tasked with developing prototype solutions with associated DevOps processes while providing expertise and guidance to SEI's clients. He has more than twenty-five years’ experience as senior security engineer, software architect, and manager in all phases of secure software development. Hasan specializes in secure software solutions design and development in the cyber security domain including data-driven investigation and collaborative incident management, network security assessment, and automated large-scale malware analysis. He is an adjunct faculty member at CMU Heinz College and Institute of Software Research.