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Tuesday, June 23 • 2:35pm - 3:15pm
How to Build a Secure DevOps Environment for Government and Beyond

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The General Services Administration (GSA) is driving IT innovation through their Cloud First, Open Source First policies. Booz Allen is supporting the GSA Integrated Award Environment (IAE) Common Services program to implement these tenets. IAE currently supports several large public facing silo'd applications, which manage the government-wide systems for those who award, administer, or receive Federal financial assistance contracts, and intergovernmental transactions. To create a unified developer experience and provide Platform as a Service (PaaS) support, the GSA is leveraging several open source projects including Docker, Chef and Jenkins on AWS to support the consolidation of 10 legacy applications onto a single public cloud platform. In this discussion, we will review the lessons learned from this large undertaking and featuring a demonstration using Check, Consul, Docker (including Swarm and Machine), GitHub Enterprise, Interlock and Jenkins to create a production-ready and secure Common Services Platform following the best DevOps patterns.

Moderators
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Ken Cochrane

Engineering Manager, Docker
Ken Cochrane is an engineering manager at Docker Inc. Ken has been involved with Docker from the outset, and is responsible for a number of key aspects of the project, including the Docker Hub and automated builds. He is a graduate of the University of Maine, and before joining Docker led development projects for LL Bean, CashStar, Fairchild Semiconductor, and Wright Express.

Speakers
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Nirmal Mehta

Senior Lead Technologist, Strategic Innovation Group, Booz Allen Hamilton
Nirmal tweets at @normalfaults 


Tuesday June 23, 2015 2:35pm - 3:15pm
Yerba Buena 7