Developer productivity shouldn’t breach security

English Intermediate Development

One of the most important things to keep developers happy is being able to do their job without too many obstacles. Give them a powerful machine, admin rights everywhere and internet connectivity and they'll complete any task thrown at them. Sadly this is not how a CISO looks at a secure enterprise. In this session we'll cover how to tackle secure cloud development in Azure from the first letter of code until deployment and support, so you can keep your desired developer productivity while keeping the security team out of your hair. At first you'll tremble because of all the security limitations we'll put in place, but we'll bring a solution for every single one. Target audience are cloud developers, architects but also ops that want to help their dev teams to work in a more secure enterprise environment.


Bart Lannoeye

CTO, Microsoft MVP Azure.

Consultant during the day, hobbyist at night. Bart is an independent consultant, and technical architect focusing on the Microsoft technology stack, covering anything between cloud and backend services to Windows and mobile. He’s always open for a new challenge and eager to learn. Bart keeps a personal blog at on which he describes his discoveries and findings on the problems he encounters during his daily tasks. He's been awarded the Microsoft MVP award for 7 consecutive years.

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