February 2020 Meeting
February 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Go fast without breaking things
Robert Ross, Co-founder & CTO
Increasingly our world is controlled by software. From social interactions to financial management and self-driving cars, networked software continues to become a more significant factor in all our lives. The standard model of testing is not effective considering today’s increasingly frequent and fast development cycles and modern architectures.
As the information economy rapidly matures within a software and services delivery model, the cost of unplanned downtime can take a significant toll on profits, revenue and end-user satisfaction. Gartner research shows in excess of 300,000 dollars and hour on average.
Mr. Ross will discuss a ‘digital twin’ approach using live production traffic to predict application behavior and prevent costly rollbacks. He will also discuss the monoculture problem that arises out of the old redundancy models of years past.
Network Over Lunch / Security Presentation / Earn 2 CPE’s / Raffle Prizes / Free Head-shots
Registering Online for the Meeting
ISSA/OC Members: $20
If you register after 2pm on February 12th the cost goes up as follows:
ISSA/OC Members: $25
Payments at the door, with Cash, Checks, and Credit Cards are also accepted, however online registrations are encouraged to speed entry into the meeting.