The IT/Compliance Challenge within Segregation of Duties: Eliminating Developer Access to the Production Environment
Developers need to access the production environment in order to identify the root cause of a problem, but compliance regulations require isolating developers from the same production environment. This white paper reviews effective methods for creating an environment of controlled, secure access to complete problem data for developers by implementing identity and change and configuration management solutions. Discover the benefits of creating a more secure, controlled environment including IT compliance with internal security policies, decreased problem resolution times, and reduced developer support activity. Help your organization deploy strategies to reduce the chance of errors in production application processes and meet regulatory compliance guidelines.
Paul V. Farr
Vice President of Marketing, Transaction Management Business Unit, BMC Software
Paul V. Farr, vice president of marketing, Transaction Management Business Unit, BMC Software, brings to the position more than 25 years of experience as an executive in the performance management and troubleshooting technology markets. From 2001 to 2005, Farr ran Jupiter Management, LLC, where he implemented turnaround and exit strategies for venture-funded technology companies. Previously, he was president of the Sniffer Technology business unit of Network Associates, and had served as vice president of product management at Network Associates. Earlier, Farr was senior vice president and general manager of AIM Technology, which was acquired by Network General. Farr holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Michigan State University.
- BMC Software, Extending Value with Identify Software
- 16 Nov 2006
- 01 Nov 2006
- 10 Page(s)
- White Paper