Cloud Native implies a complete change in philosophy on how modern applications are designed, developed, and deployed. Finally, monoliths are broken into small and self-contained microservices, independent and unaware of their context. Orchestration glues them together in applications that become more scalable, reliable, and utterly resilient. Orchestration, in this context, deals not only with the
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Cloud-native has evolved from a marketing term into a highly desirable and useful architecture choice, yielding significant benefits for designing, building, and deploying applications. But security is too often overlooked. Advantages of cloud-native applications include increased flexibility and scalability, ease of management, faster time to market, and lower cost requirements. Because of this, it’s easy
Is your software security program up to the challenges of a rapidly accelerating software delivery environment? Most aren’t – and it’s challenging to both identify the problems and determine the best ways to manage software security in a DevOps environment. Learn some of the essential best practices for managing software security now. Educate Your Team
The DevOps era brings together skyrocketing complexity with white-hot speed of delivery to create growing value and responsiveness in software design. Companies such as Amazon deploy code every 11 seconds, while Facebook executes 50,000 builds each day. With so much complexity and speed, the risk of security vulnerabilities slipping through the cracks is magnified intensely.
Nowadays, there is no doubt that mobile applications have changed the world in a big way. Just look at the interaction habits, for example the way people socialize as individuals or in a group has changed as what was once far away is now at our fingertips. This is part one of a four-part series. Click