Open Source projects often outshine commercial alternatives and while Government has a very clear strategy in place to encourage use in the UK public sector, adoption is not widespread. As demonstrated by NHS Spine 2, Open Source is viable when combined with an implementation approach such as BJSS Enterprise Agile.
In this seminar, Mike Buck, BJSS Senior Public Sector Consultant, will:
Mike Buck, Senior Consultant – Public Sector, BJSS
Representative, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Traditionally, when datacentre operators talk about application security, there has been a tendency to focus on issues related to key management, firewalls and data access. By contrast, application developers have a security focus which is more aligned with code analysis and fuzzing techniques. The reality is, secure application deployment principles extend from the infrastructure layer through the application and include how the application is deployed. With the prevalence of continuous deployment, it’s imperative to focus efforts on what attackers’ view as vulnerable; particularly in an environment where new exploits are being disclosed almost daily.
In this session we’ll present:
Tim Mackey, Senior Technical Evangelist, Black Duck Software
By sharing platforms, open source technology and design components the public sector can maximise innovation through collaboration and make significant cost savings at the same time.
Open source platforms enable the sector to take more ownership of their technology which will as a result better support the delivery of their overall goals.
This seminar will examine how this works in practise through real-life examples from the local government, higher education and GLAM sectors. We will illustrate:
John Baker, CEO & Founder, Digirati
Paul Mollahan, Services Director, Digirati
Organisations and businesses need to continually change and evolve to better serve their customers more accurately and efficiently. The ways and means of connecting with your customers is rapidly expanding. We can now deliver digital services across many channels and create a unified and personalised experience. You can track and monitor your customers with such fine detail to gain a deep understanding of their behaviour which can be used to continually improve their experience.
Professional Open Source Platforms now provide that framework to supply and connect with your customers across any range of devices and keep a consistent user experience.
We will discuss and illustrate:
Paul Thompson, CEO, PFIKS Digital Innovation
Matt Fulford, CTO, PFIKS Digital Innovation
These innovative technologies are at the heart of the microservices and DevOps revolution currently sweeping through the IT industry. After this talk you’ll know what these open source technologies and open standards are, what they mean to you and your organization and where you can try them out.
Keith Lynch, Head of UKI Solution Sales, Red Hat
Phil Scott-Lewis, Head of UKI Public Sector, Red Hat
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