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December 10–13, 2018
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Wednesday, December 12 • 11:40am - 12:15pm
Automating Enterprise Governance Using the CI/CD Pipeline - Satyam Agarwala, ThoughtWorks & Mark Angrish, ANZ

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ANZ bank has been on a transformation journey to achieve greater business agility.

A key initiative in that journey has been the creation of ANZ flavoured "paved roads" (inspired by Netflix), realised as self-service CI and CD pipelines, that allow delivery teams to deploy software to production (Google Kubernetes Engine) faster without compromising on quality, security or compliance.

A vital characteristic of the "paved roads" is the automation of the governance process the bank has in place for change management. These are driven by some of the strictest financial regulations in the world. This was achieved by integrating open source tooling such as Grafeas and Kritis into the pipelines to track build metadata and enforce policy.

In this talk we will discuss the benefits the approach provided in meeting the strict regulatory requirements while accelerating the journey to GKE.

Speakers
avatar for Satyam Agarwala

Satyam Agarwala

Lead Consultant, ThoughtWorks Australia
Satyam is a Lead Consultant with ThoughtWorks Australia. He has worked with a variety of organisations, from startups to enterprises, across multiple geographies. His primary focus is helping clients increase speed of delivery of value to their customers through use of modern CI... Read More →
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Mark Angrish

Tech Area Lead - Engineering Acceleration, ANZ
After leading the Engineering on the new ANZ app (which was recently number one in the app store!), Mark is now the manager of the Engineering Acceleration Tribe at ANZ, responsible for transforming the speed at which the bank delivers secure and quality software, at scale. From algorithmic... Read More →



Wednesday December 12, 2018 11:40am - 12:15pm
Tahoma 3/4 @ TCC The Conference Center (TCC) - Separate from WSCC building
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