The world of Compliance as Code offers you the structures to read, interpret, and output compliance requirements in human and machine-readable formats simultaneously. It also allows us to standardize our responses to these requirements concurrently in human and machine-readable formats. And this is really helpful when considering things like activity flows, diagrams, and Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) that historically have only been visually readable by humans, making updating and auditing these very difficult. Now you can use tools like PlantUML to create quickly, edit and audit your JSON and YAML files in our Compliance as Code initiative. PlantUML is an open-source tool allowing you to create diagrams from plain text language.
On December 16, 2021, at 10:00 am pacific time, we went through, how to create PlantUML diagrams as code and how that works by giving you a no-code template to try it out!
WATCH IT NOW: https://theucf.info/webinar/recording/121621
During this webinar, we discussed identification:
* Create activity flow, diagrams, and Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) that your team can easily edit.
* Easily create a visualization of your JSON or YAML files.
* Have machine and human-readable documents that can easily be audited
September 16, 2021: Introduction to Compliance as Codehttps://theucf.info/Oct21PresoLink
October 14, 2021: Compliance as Code Base Application Introduction https://theucf.info/webinar/recording/101421
November 18, 2021: Person and Organization Disambiguation https://theucf.info/webinar/recording/111821