1. Serverless at Enterprise-scale. 2. DevOps to DevSecOps

Sep 20, 2017 · Mountain View, United States of America


6:00 PM - Refreshments and networking. 
6:30 PM - Adoption of Serverless at Enterprise-scale 
7:30 PM - Maturing your organization from DevOps to DevSecOps.   

8:30 PM - Conclude presentation. Network till you drop. 
8:45 PM - Vacate the premises 

Feature Presentations

1. “Adoption of Serverless at Enterprise-scale – can MotherHen solve your ‘chicken or the egg’ problems?”


MotherHen is a set of architectures that give developers an easy-to-love toolset for quickly scaling serverless development methodologies to the enterprise, with an emphasis on AWS services including CodePipeline, CodeBuild, Lambda, DynamoDB, and API Gateway.

Join Pariveda Solutions to see how your next born-in-the-cloud app can benefit from a frictionless security, operations, CI/CD, and developer experience by leveraging MotherHen.

In this meetup, Pariveda will introduce the framework with tips on how to best utilize it in your environment. Whether you work for an enterprise trying to improve your time-to-market, are an independent developer, or just interested in adopting serverless tech, you'll learn some emerging patterns and practices for making use of serverless at scale.


Jack Warner has over 13 years of combined experience in technology consulting, non-profits, and startups. From custom dev to cloud architecture, Jack dives deep to understand, apply, and leverage advances in software development and cloud technology to the benefit of organizations spanning a range industries. Most recently, he has worked to scale serverless application development to the enterprise.  He has successfully led software development teams in New York, London, and Seattle, where he oversaw and contributed to the development of instantly scalable, cloud-hosted tools and applications deployed to over 20 countries.

2. “Maturing your organization from DevOps to DevSecOps”


Whether you’re just beginning to explore public cloud computing or adopting it at enterprise-scale, it is important to build security into your architecture. The absence of a physical network boundary to the internet combined with the risk of accidental exposure from user error, makes your cloud computing environment vulnerable. It is impossible to effectively defend against threats without a unified view across the volumes of resources scattered throughout disparate cloud accounts - as the saying goes, you cannot secure what you cannot see.

Join RedLock to learn about the challenges of securing public cloud computing environments and how to seamlessly incorporate security into your cloud architecture without hindering agile development.


Varun Badhwar is the co-founder and CEO of RedLock, a venture-backed startup in the cloud infrastructure security space and finalist for Most Innovative Startup at the RSA 2017 conference in San Francisco. Prior to founding RedLock, Varun co-founded CipherCloud where he oversaw product strategy and worldwide field operations. Previously, he was responsible for ensuring the security of the Force.com ecosystem at Salesforce, which included over 1500 partner applications. Varun was also a consultant within the Risk Advisory Services practice at KPMG, where he advised Fortune 500 Clients on managing IT security and privacy, operational risks, and alignment with overall business strategy.

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Presence Sponsor: Pariveda Solutions

Pariveda Solutions is an AWS Premier Consulting Partner.

Presence Sponsor: Redlock

RedLock enables effective security governance by detecting and protecting against advanced threats across AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud environments.

Food and Space Sponsor: Intuit

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