At FLIGHT Boston 2019, we’ll have two full-day product training sessions, tracks in AppSec, open source, and DevOps and cloud, and plenty of networking.
Our fourth annual FLIGHT Boston 2019 customer conference touches down Sept. 17–19 at the Liberty Hotel. Space is limited and always sells out. Here are three reasons to register now for FLIGHT Boston 2019:
Get product training for you and your team
If you’ve joined our customer training sessions before, you know that our experts share a lot of insight throughout the day. Whether you’re new to our products or a seasoned user, this is the perfect opportunity to learn from product experts in a hands-on environment. You’ll benefit from in-depth product discussions, one-on-one interaction with experts, and engagement with fellow customers.
At FLIGHT Boston 2019, we’ll have two full-day pre-conference training sessions, one for Coverity and one for Black Duck:
- Using the Polaris CLI to invoke Coverity static analysis and capture a full build of an application
- Understanding Polaris projects and how branches and revisions are used
- Using Coverity static analysis as part of the daily software development workflow
- Reviewing results and determining where to focus your remediation efforts
- Comparing risk from one project version to another
- Using cross-product reporting to monitor issues over time
- Using IDE and binary repository plugins to uncover open source risk during development
- Identifying risk during build by configuring Synopsys Detect as part of a CI workflow
- Creating rules in Black Duck Policy Management to flag high-risk code and review exceptions
- Using the triage, review, and editing features for your project bill of materials
- Sharing your scan results by connecting Black Duck to external systems like Jira
- Extracting meaningful project data and connecting it to external reporting tools
Choose sessions from 3 tracks
At FLIGHT Boston 2019, we’re offering sessions for security, DevOps, engineering, and legal professionals with three tracks: application security; open source, legal risk, and due diligence; and DevOps and cloud. Some sessions:
- The State of Vulnerability Reporting: Is NVD Dead?, Siobhan Hunter, Synopsys
- Applied Cyber Situational Awareness in the Development Trenches, John Deskurakis, Johnson Controls
- License Compliance for Developers, Anthony Decicco, GTC Law Group
- The State of Open Source in M&A Transactions, Chris Stafford and Paul Cotter, West Monroe Partners
- Open Source, Containers, and DevOps: Maintaining Visibility and Control Across the Application Lifecycle, Tim Mackey, Synopsys
Network with the best
At FLIGHT Boston 2019, Synopsys will bring together leading experts from around the world to help take your software security/development practice to new heights. You’ll hear how leaders and pioneers are overcoming challenges and making a difference for their organizations. And you’ll meet forward-thinking experts from across all industries at our welcome reception, networking breaks, panel discussions, and FLIGHT party.
Want to know more about what happens at a FLIGHT event? Check out some of the presentations from last year’s FLIGHT Boston.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Software Integrity Blog authored by Synopsys Editorial Team. Read the original post at: https://www.synopsys.com/blogs/software-security/3-reasons-flight-boston-2019/