July 25th : 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Vulnerabilities like WannaCry, managing Server Drift, and complying with audits per regulatory demands required of Federal and State funded organizations like universities are extremely challenging and laborious to manage. At the same time, in order for companies to effectively compete in the market, the business is demanding more releases into production that need to happen fast while still remaining secure.

Change is the biggest cause of outages for most organizations. In fact, configuration drift accounts for 99% of the reasons why DR and HA systems fail. Furthermore, unidentified configuration drift can expose critical vulnerabilities to an organization, high risk of data loss, and extended outages.

Hear how and why Texas A&M leverages Chef software to automate their environments, ensuring that servers are configured consistently and able to be validated against the regulatory requirements Universities need to follow. In this webinar, Blake Dworaczyk, Senior IT Professional, and Adam Mikeal, Director of IT, at Texas A&M, will describe the challenges their teams faced in adhering to various regulatory bodies, the automation solution they were able to develop with Chef, and the associated value metrics.

Join us on Tuesday July 25, 2017 at 11am PT / 2pm ET to learn how:

  • to continuously audit and test for compliance of infrastructure and applications with Chef
  • infrastructure as code enables you to reduce server drift and safe changes to production
  • to implement a turnkey solution for Compliance Automation in less than 30 days using Chef software

Join our speakers for live Q&A, save your seat in our upcoming session!

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