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WANdisco and Black Diamond Software to Present on DevOps Compliance for Financial Institutions

Practical Examples for Achieving and Maintaining DevOps Compliance

SAN RAMON, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/23/14 -- WANdisco (LSE: WAND), a leading provider of high-availability software for global enterprises to meet the challenges of Big Data and distributed software development, will present a webinar entitled, "Practical Examples for Achieving and Maintaining DevOps Compliance for Financial Institutions." The webinar will be held Thursday, March 6 at 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern.

Banking and financial institutions today are global and they rely heavily on internally developed software for new products and services to increase revenue. This software is their core intellectual property. In addition, they are faced with an ever-changing regulatory environment that imposes tremendous challenges and has significant reach into their IT organizations.

This webinar will highlight how these organizations can address regulatory compliance while creating new income streams, managing risks and lowering costs. It will cover:

  • Specific compliance challenges, including Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and more
  • How to automate compliance for open source software
  • Building security into the software development lifecycle
  • Mitigating vulnerabilities during development
  • And more, including real world examples from the field.

About the Presenters
Randy DeFauw is Director of Product Marketing for WANdisco's ALM products. With extensive experience in development tools and processes, he focuses on real world challenges and brings customer requirements directly to his product oversight role. Prior to joining WANdisco, Randy worked in product management, marketing, consulting, and development. He has years of experience applying Subversion and Git workflows to modern development challenges.

Rich Duncan is President and CTO of Black Diamond Software, Inc. With over 20 years of experience helping organizations improve their software development practices. Rich has led enterprise process improvement initiatives, enterprise tooling roll-outs, and software development projects for Fortune 100 organizations throughout North America. He is an expert in a number of proprietary and open source ALM tool stacks.

Register at http://www.wandisco.com/webinar-registration?type=WEBINAR-SVN08.

About WANdisco
WANdisco (LSE: WAND) is a provider of enterprise-ready, non-stop software solutions that enable globally distributed organizations to meet today's data challenges of secure storage, scalability and availability. WANdisco's products are differentiated by the company's patented, active-active data replication technology, serving crucial high availability (HA) requirements, including Hadoop Big Data and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), including Apache Subversion and Git. Fortune Global 1000 companies, including Juniper Networks, Motorola, Intel and Halliburton, rely on WANdisco for performance, reliability, security and availability. For additional information, please visit www.wandisco.com.

Apache Hadoop and Subversion are trademarks of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). All other product and company names herein may be trademarks of their registered owners.

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