Sven Ruppert

Developer Advocate (DevSecOps) - JFrog, Inc.

Sven Ruppert has been coding Java since 1996. In his free time, he is regularly speaking at Conferences like JavaOne/Jfokus/Devoxx/JavaZone/JavaLand and many more and contributes to IT periodicals, as well as tech portals.


Talks on Wurreka:

From DevOps to DevSecOps? Where are the differences? What do you need? How can I start, and how can JFrog Xray help me with that? We will address and examine all of these questions in this talk. The term DevSecOps is on everyone's lips, but it is mostly only used as a synonym for DevOps. We will see that this is not the case, and explore where and how the differences are shown. An essential point of view as to why and how it will directly benefit the business is shown, as well as the practical use of Xray when it comes to the most effective #ShiftLeft in the area of security within software development.

This part of the series is about repositories and the possibility to accelerate the CI / CD route. This video not only addresses the classic approach of caching structures but also the avoidance of rebuilds. How can you effectively minimize the number of build processes with virtual repositories? What exactly does this have to do with DevSecOps and Immutability?

In this session, we will look at why Debian repositories are one of the mission-critical elements in a software development environment. What does this have to do with DevSecOps and with which concepts can I position myself well to reduce my risk? If you want to know what it looks like for you as a developer, then you've come to the right place.

Most developers have encountered small use cases that require a significant amount of data management with no Ops team, K8s or cluster available at hand. In this talk, Sven will walk you through a few tech stacks that can help you deal with persistent data sans classic horizontal scaling tech monsters such as Kubernetes, Hadoop and more.

Sit down, relax and enjoy the journey through a bunch of lightning-fast persistence alternatives for pure Java devs.

Most front-end frameworks adopt the Web Component standard and many developers have started using it as the norm when creating their widgets, not to mention that it is now natively supported by all modern browsers. How do you use the interoperability and flexibility of Web Components as Java developers on the server-side? This talk will showcase the use of pure client-side web components using Java on the server-side. You will also take a peek at the tech-stack, how it looks like for a developer and how to harden against known vulnerabilities.

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