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SecureChainCon 2024



Welcome to SecureChainCon, the ultimate online conference designed to foster knowledge sharing, and explore the challenges of implementing software supply chain security practices into fragmented, decoupled architectures.

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Call for Papers

CFP is open until March 25.

Everyone is welcome to submit talks for SecureChainCon. Tracks include:

  • Use Cases on Open-Source Security Tools and the DevOps Pipeline
  • Threat Modeling and data generation from the DevSecOps Pipeline
  • Understand the Blockers, Drivers, and Solutions for making the software supply chain more secure
  • Compliance and Governance Tools and KPIs

First-time presenters are encouraged to submit talks.

State of DevOps Report 2024

Take the 2024 State of DevOps Survey

By Blog, Staff

We’re excited to announce we’re partnering with Puppet again to bring you the 2024 State of DevOps Survey for the upcoming State of DevOps Report! This time, we want to know how platform teams find success with tooling, practices, and values that help them deliver on business objectives at scale.

The 2023 Platform Engineering Edition has helped thousands of people better understand this growing space, and we’re eager to dig even deeper. To make it happen, we need to hear from people like you!

Here’s what you need to know about the 2024 State of DevOps Survey:

⏲️ The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete. It’s mostly multiple choice, and we won’t use or attribute any individually identifiable responses without your explicit permission.

🤔 The survey asks about your platform team, tooling, culture, best practices, blockers, and how platform engineering is already impacting the way you create software and infrastructure. We’ll also ask for your opinion on the future of your platform.

💵 For each completed survey, Puppet will donate $5 USD to a nonprofit in need. You’ll get to choose whether your contribution goes to World Central Kitchen or Feeding America.

Puppet’s State of DevOps Report doesn’t just follow what everyone else is doing. It’s an award-winning industry report because it identifies important new trends and uncovers the truth behind them that others aren’t considering. We’re excited to get the chance to lead the DevOps movement again with your help!

Read 2023 State of DevOps Report Results

DevOps World Tour 2023 London

DevOps World Tour: London

The ultimate playground for DevOps enthusiasts- Experience the vibrant energy of London as you collaborate with fellow professionals, learn from industry leaders, and explore new technologies.


Dec 5
etc. Venues St. Paul’s
200 Aldersgate
London, , United Kingdom
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM BST
DevOps World Tour 2023 Singapore

DevOps World Tour: Singapore

Where minds meet and innovations happen! It’s time to immerse yourself in the world of DevOps and celebrate the spirit of collaboration, growth, and innovation in the Lion City.


10/26/2023 – 10/26/2023 Fairmont Singapore & Swissotel The Stamford
2 Stamford Road
Singapore, , Singapore
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM SGT
DevOps World Tour 2023 California

DevOps World Tour: Silicon Valley, CA

Nestled in the hub of innovation and technology discover captivating charm of Santa Clara. Immerse yourself in the heart of Silicon Valley’s thriving hub and take your DevOps skills to the next level!


10/18/2023 – 10/19/2023 Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California, United States of America
8:00 AM – 7:00 PM PDT

Forbes: Best Of Suite Or Best Of Breed? The Battle Of Convenience Vs. Effectiveness

By In The News

On the surface, the best-of-suite solution seems to make more sense; it means fewer tools to manage and, hopefully, savings due to working with a single vendor.

However, this practice shows otherwise—over and over again.

Let’s look at a real-world example. Have you driven a family mini-van? To me, it is a good symbolization of the best-in-suite product. It tries to be everything: It has a decent engine, and you can even add a towing hitch. However, it’s not a car that will help you win a race or haul your boat easily. Convenience makes families choose a mini-van, but they quickly realize it comes with significant shortcomings.

[…] The results published by the CD Foundation (part of the Linux Foundation) in its State of Continuous Delivery Report published in May confirms my thesis.

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Why Kubernetes Applications Require a New Approach to Testing

CDF Virtual Meetup: Why Kubernetes Applications Require a New Approach to Testing

Testing applications running on Kubernetes is difficult! If you’re running integration or end-to-end tests in your CI pipeline, you noticed some of the shortcomings: authenticating CI to access your cluster leaves some potential security holes, tests artifacts are hard to store (have you tried storing your tools’ screenshots and recordings for future access?), and everything becomes complex and slow very quickly. Eventually, the unwanted thing happens: everyone in your team deprioritized running tests.

Whether you are a developer, tester, or DevOps practitioner, you should be leveraging the power of Cloud Native Testing to take a new approach to testing your Kubernetes Applications. In this presentation I’ll help you become the person who is doing your tests and enabling others to do it without too much pain – join us!

Speaker Bio: Abdallah is Technical Product Manager at Testkube. His passion is dedicated to the developer tooling in the open source ecosystem where he has  worked with a variety of products in the pasts at Google and at Kubeshop. In his free time you’ll usually find him in the movies, learning jazz or spending time with family and friends.