DevOps Mutualization Special Interest Group
What is DevOps Mutualization?
DevOps Mutualization aims to solve common engineering problems by providing a continuous compliance and assurance approach to DevOps that mutually benefits banks, auditors and regulators whilst accelerating DevOps adoption in engineering and fintech IT departments.
What are the objectives of DevOps Mutualization?
To unite SMEs from across FINOS members including Engineering, IT, Compliance, Security, Audit, etc. Based on 2020 SIG banking member feedback, we have identified two themes that we'll be accelerating in 2021.
- How are banks orchestrating DevOps and the 'Glue' utilised to create existing self-service workflows?
- Structuring conversations around SDLC and iterating the different types of evidence that needs to be produced
How to contribute to DevOps Mutualization
Add your DevOps problems, or the opportunities you see in this area, to the DevOps Mutualization GitHub Issues.
Subscribe to the DevOps Mutualization mailing list by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DevOps Mutualization Open Team Roles
The DevOps Mutualization leadership team needs your help to run the FINOS Special Interest Group. The following are our Open DevOps Mutualization SIG Team Roles for those who'd like to get involved.
DevOps Mutualization SIG Discussions
DevOps Mutualization uses GitHub Team Discussions for SIG wide discussions that are only visible to members of the FINOS GitHub Organisation, with optional
private discussions available to those who are part of the devops-mutualization-participants team.
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