The Hallway Track Is Back!

While we’ve all been getting by with virtual conferences and events, it’s just not the same as the real thing.  We’re thrilled to see in-person learning and networking make a comeback, and we are ready to see your faces! Here’s what we’re up to and where you can join us in the next couple of months:

Techstrong Cybersecurity Live! DC

April 14, Washington, DC 

Verica Co-founder and CTO Aaron Rinehart is partnering with Dish to explore how to increase reliability and resilience in ORAN with the practice of Continuous Verification. Learn what challenges Open RAN (ORAN) 5G poses, how Continuous Verification makes positive impacts in complex systems, and more in this session. 

Read more about it and register.

ONUG Spring 2022

April 27-28, New Jersey

Most organizations are struggling to adapt practices to an ever-evolving complex systems environment that we find ourselves in. Aaron will uncover the importance of how Chaos Engineering can be used to develop a learning culture in a DevSecOps world in his keynote titled The Chaos of DevSecOps. We’d love for you to join us for this first ever DevSecOps track at ONUG. 

Verica is also a sponsor for ONUG Spring 2022 so be sure to stop by our booth, say hello, and grab some swag! Get 20% off your ticket when you use the code Verica22.

Read more about it and register.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

May 16–20, Valencia, Spain (and virtual)

If you have an interest in open source Security Chaos Engineering (SCE) tools for Kubernetes, you won’t want to miss Aaron Rinehart and Matas Kulkovas, Software Engineer at Cast.ai, at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe. During this session, they’ll dive into SCE as a discipline as well as showcase a demo of ‘Komrade’, the first open source tool for running SCE experiments on Kubernetes.

Read more about it and register.

Stay tuned for more fun with Verica throughout the year.


Continuous Verification Whitepaper

Learn why you need Continuous Verification, where it fits, the future
of CV, examples of the discipline in use, and more.