Governance in engineering refers to the ability of the operations team to verify and enforce certain policies and standards across the entire organization or within specific clusters. The policies and standards you want to enforce come from your organization’s established guidelines or agreed-upon conventions, and best practices within the industry. It could also be derived from the knowledge that has accumulated over the years within your operations and development teams.
In this webinar, we will go through a real example of how we implemented a simple governance framework using Rego and OPA. We will focus on a simple policy and go through its full life cycle. The same process could be applied to other policies and you can easily extrapolate from this example to meet your own specific needs.
Ahmed has over 15 years of experience developing software at large scale and managing high-performing teams. He joined Amazon full-time in 2005 and worked on the AWS Platform team during the early years as AWS saw exponential growth in customers, services, and infrastructure. After two years at The Walt Disney Company, where he worked on the Advertisement System supporting ESPEN, ABC, and Disney Online; he joined a 10-person video management startup that was recently acquired by Limelight Networks, a leader in global content delivery.