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Elena Sheveleva10:05:11

Hello DOES and lets connect for good! "You might have read The Phoenix Project, or have come across "sooner, safer, happier", a small insight on what it has been like forging new ways of working… There is rarely a good time for transformation, however, evolving with an agile mindset and using DevOps principles are certainly key for the future of the business. Discovering the joy of "aha!" moments and re-igniting the passion for development have been a wonderful part of the journey. This talk walks through the experience as a "newbie" on the transformation journey and key aspects that stood out! Have you found your Eric? Let me share my experience with you, join my "We connect for good" today at 12.50 BST!"

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Elena Sheveleva10:05:07

@james.moverley @knathadwarawala @mollyc @marjorie @ksetschin @jbede @rnag

Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff10:05:13

Can’t wait πŸ™‚

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David Hawes-Johnson (DevOps Enablement - BT)11:05:10

🍿 Looking forward πŸ‘

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Jim Moverley11:05:42

all systems are go! πŸ˜„

Jim Moverley11:05:34

hope you enjoy the talk! feel free to ask any questions (naturally!) hecklers will be escorted out of the building chuckle


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Molly Coyne (Sponsorship Director / ITREV)11:05:00

πŸ‘:skin-tone-2:A warm welcome to @james.moverley for our next session's Q&A. Thank you Gitlab! 🌟

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Ann Perry - IT Revolution11:05:13

Apologies for the delay – the video will start shortly!

Jim Moverley11:05:53


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Elena Sheveleva11:05:56

You go @james.moverley!πŸ₯‚πŸ˜ŽπŸš€

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Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff12:05:12

Can’t believe you just worked in a more cowbell reference :rolling_on_the_floor_laughing:

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Jim Moverley12:05:47

ahh man you made my day.. we had our squad laughing about this for months

Jim Moverley12:05:18

specially when an enterprise architect confessed they had spend days trying to find out what "cowbell" technology is

Jim Moverley12:05:59

background: our squad was really "playful" and we had amazing fun and laughs (+ lots of "in" jokes)

Jim Moverley12:05:09

already done! πŸ˜„

Jim Moverley12:05:41

Be interested to see if anyone on here are building pipeline delivery mechanisms of OTHER vendor software

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Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff12:05:16

I really like the chapter format you’re usingβ€”easy to follow.

Jim Moverley12:05:05

thanks alex πŸ˜„ means alot! : actually i realised that its been a while since i've made some presentations like this.. so was good to get back into it! #therewasanattempt

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Elena Sheveleva12:05:13

@james.moverley you are natural born speaker! Very knowledgeable, interactive and charismatic! Thank you, I really enjoyed the session!

Jim Moverley12:05:33

Thanks @eshevelevasuper kind!

Jack Lagare12:05:51


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Jim Moverley12:05:11

this summit had HUGE impact to our squad last year...

Jim Moverley12:05:33

the content / interactions where invaluable πŸ™‚

David Hawes-Johnson (DevOps Enablement - BT)12:05:23

Nice session @james.moverley - I remember the last time we spoke how excited you were about this capability - so it's great to see you tell your story πŸ‘

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Jim Moverley12:05:37

thanks for having me folks, a very bare bones run down of OUR journey πŸ™‚

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Elena Sheveleva12:05:58

@james.moverley where is the bar? I want to join as well:grin:

Randeep Nag12:05:17

Gather πŸ™‚

Molly Coyne (Sponsorship Director / ITREV)12:05:26

πŸ’‘Welcome to the GitHub team @colinbeales and @rerwinx for answering your questions today about their session, How to Secure Your End-to-end Supply Chain Thank you GitHub! πŸ’‘

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Erik Greathouse12:05:35

I think that is actually low. That reflects public repos and reporting.

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Erik Greathouse12:05:04

No, Not all 2FAs are equal.

Erik Greathouse12:05:47

NIST SP 800-160 vol 1-3 will explain all the different qualities to authenticators.

Erik Greathouse12:05:30

NIST SP 800-63B speaks to MFA guidelines as well.

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Erik Greathouse12:05:58

From a security perspective key if it is more available (A) then need to add more effort to confidentiality (C) and Integrity (I).

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Gene Kim, ITREV, Program Chair12:05:22

I’m so afraid of keys from Twitter, Slack, GCP, MySQL in my GitHub repos β€” are you saying those will be automatically detected? That would be amazing!

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Gene Kim, ITREV, Program Chair12:05:13

@colinbeales @rerwinx It was so exciting to hear how GitHub scans for secrets in reposβ€” is this something I need to specifically enable?


@genek, it'll be enabled by default on Public repos

Gene Kim, ITREV, Program Chair12:05:43

That would be amazing β€” is it enabled now already, or in future? (I’ve always had anxiety about this, and would love to get some more assurance that my repos are secret-free. Well, you know, within in reason! Thank you!)


It will be scanning on Public repos right now. It needs to be enabled for Private repos and forms part of GitHub Advanced Security.


If anyone wants to talk more about any security features in GitHub, swing by #xpo-github-for-enterprises

Gene Kim, ITREV, Program Chair12:05:45

This is exciting β€” I can’t find the β€œAdvanced Security” setting? This is for private personal repo. Is this only for Public and Enterprise repos?

Carmen Marced12:05:08

Hey Gene, These features are behind what we call GitHub Advanced Security which require an extra license.

Carmen Marced12:05:40

This license is only available for organisations using GitHub Enterprise.

Carmen Marced12:05:06

What company do you work for? I can look up who your Account Manager is and get them to get in touch with you if you are interested πŸ™‚

Fokko V.12:05:25

@rerwinx Is there something in GitHub Actions to do the build signing?

Colin Beales12:05:59

@fokkov - Plenty of actions for scanning as part of your build;query=sign also you can just execute commands against your tools of choice at the right point in your process to ensure signing is complete. Essentially if you can automate it, actions can run it.

Fokko V.12:05:48

Thanks @colinbeales, makes sense. I thought there would be an out-of-the-box feature to implement this πŸ˜‰

Colin Beales12:05:59

As the scope for what you can be signing is so large based on different technologies in play it helps to have the community, vendors and GitHub all building actions to make sure we cover as many automation requirements as possible.

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Andrew Salt - ScholarPack12:05:06

Running late? -? 0800-DEVOPS by CROZ is a sociotechnical newsletter and podcast covering topics of technical excellence, organizational improvements, and productivity.

Alex Broderick-Forster, IT Revolution, Event Staff13:05:01

β€œIT Revolution called and said hey, let’s take your 30 pages, and turn it into a short book. Then John Willis said no, let’s turn it into a novel.”


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Molly Coyne (Sponsorship Director / ITREV)13:05:00

πŸ“£ Welcome @giorgos.ampavis for our next session's Q&A. Thank you Premier Sponsor LaunchDarkly! πŸ“£

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Quinn Daley13:05:05

It’s really powerful to conceptualise feature toggles as β€œmerging incomplete code” - it feels like that’s arguably a better sell for developers than β€œdecoupling deployments and releases”

Giorgos Ampavis14:05:06

I perceive the latter as the objective and the former as the means to achieve it πŸ™‚

Quinn Daley14:05:44

I think the former could also be used as a selling point - feature toggles stop you worrying about long-lived branches and merge conflicts. I’d never thought of it that way until you said it!

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Quinn Daley14:05:08

thank you @giorgos.ampavis!

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Marcelo Pazzinatto14:05:40

very nice @giorgos.ampavis

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Giorgos Ampavis14:05:57

Thanks everyone, it was a pleasure! πŸ™‚

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Molly Coyne (Sponsorship Director / ITREV)14:05:00

upvotepartyparrot A big welcome to @ekharchenko and @kvahsen for our next session's Q&A. Thank you StackOverflow! upvotepartyparrot

Ekaterina Kharchenko14:05:00

Thank you! Happy to be here! πŸ‘‹

Quinn Daley14:05:23

Thank you to Prashanth (and @ekharchenko @kvahsen) - some very interesting stats in there!

Virginia Laurenzano NSA/MARFORCYBER14:05:49

"shouldn't disrupt your flow to learn" - I feel this - anyone else dealing with restricted to no internet access at work? makes access to learning...complicated...

Ekaterina Kharchenko14:05:45

restricted access to internet at work sounds tough! how do you find info?

Virginia Laurenzano NSA/MARFORCYBER14:05:35

depends. most developers have access, but few have unfettered access. plus lots, but weirdly gappy, information internally accessible. I've definitely had to resort to reading up on some thought leader trends on personal time. Just wanted to know if others faced similar struggles


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