Know what you deploy to production


If you followed the announcements at Microsoft Build last week, you might have picked up the news about the SharePoint Framework app store that is about to be launched soon.

We’re proud and honored to be among the few companies who are a part of the store right from the beginning. We’ll be there to make sure you know exactly what’s in the apps you would like to download from the store.

To show you where the magic happens, we will take you on a look behind the curtains of our code analyzing tool and share how you Know what you deploy to production.

Join us to learn how to verify that SharePoint Framework applications you deploy to production are trustworthy and won't expose your organization to risks.

There are tons of resources available for developers to build applications on Microsoft 365: from reusable code libraries to components and even turn-key solutions. These existing building blocks significantly speed up development allowing organizations to quicker roll out their solutions. But as these applications get rolled out to your intranet, where you store sensitive information, do you really know what's inside the code that you have deployed? Do you know what third-party code has now access to your information?

In this webinar we're going to explore the different things that you should look at before deploying SharePoint Framework packages to production. If you are administering a Microsoft 365 tenant, this session is for you.


Waldek Mastykarz

Waldek is a Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft focusing on Microsoft 365. In this role, he helps developers build applications on top of Microsoft 365. He's also a part of Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices where he builds developer guidance and tooling for extending Microsoft 365 together with the community. Before joining Microsoft, Waldek was heading the Product Department at Rencore reinforces our product development by adding loads of business experience. For sharing his experience through his blog, speaking, and social media, Waldek was a 12-time Microsoft MVP.