The intersection where security practices and DevOps transformations meet have a distinct significance particularly in the Healthcare/Life Science environment which are highly regulated and compliance-oriented and where the protection of data is of utmost importance. Some of the key points of discussion include:
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Clemens works for Boehringer Ingelheim, a global, family owned, top 10 researching pharmaceutical – where he heads technology strategy and engineering for BI X.
Prior stops included – running architecture for marketing & sales, product strategy at Oracle and consulting. Geek, cosmopolitan – and what people refer to as generation y/z – with a love for easc (everything as code) & Continous delivery
Dominik Holling is a researcher at the software engineering chair of Prof. Pretschner at the department of computer science at the TUM since 2012. His main areas of research include software testing and symbolic execution. One of the topics in these areas is using defect models for quality assurance. Defect models allow the systematic creation of fault-based tests. The operationalization of defect models allows the (semi-)automatic derivation of test cases or review checklists.
Before becoming a researcher at TUM, Dominik Holling studied computer science at the TU Kaiserslautern (2006 – 2011) with a software engineering and security focus. During these studies, he published an approach to establish trust in cloud infrastructures and worked on approaches to bring guarantees to the field of usage control.
While developing defect model concepts, Dominik Holling has worked with various companies to elicit and classify defect models using a defect model lifecycle framework. This framework allowed the documentation of tacit knowledge leading to process improvements and later operationalization of defect models in practice.
20+ experience in various architectures (monoliths, SOA/ESB, message based microservices), companies (from startup to big enterprise), branches (document management, ERP, enterprise grade carrier/hosting), technologies (Spring *, JEE, NoSQL/SQL DBMS) and working models (Waterfall, V-Modell, Scrum, Kanban, SaFe, ScrumBanFall).
Current focus in establishing agile software development procedures, within a (highly) regulated environment.
Advocate for lean architecture, test driven development, clean code, DevOps, DevSecOps, distributed Container-Microservice-Architectures.