DevSecOps has become one of the hottest buzzwords in the DevOps and security ecosystem over the past couple of years. But what is it, and how do you turn it into reality? DevSecOps executes on the belief that security and development teams are jointly responsible for bolstering security – essentially bringing development and operations
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The race to improve software quality and innovation has been around since the 1970s. Many processes and workflows have been created to help address the historical issues that prevent teams from developing high-quality applications quickly and reliably, yet enterprises continue their struggle to keep up.
Developers and engineers all around the world are deploying code hundreds of thousands of times a day. Hundreds of millions of lines of code are churned out on a monthly basis, and it’s only going to get faster. Yet the security industry continues to kick our feet about DevOps. But security teams can’t afford
As we wrote about last week, the explosion of DevOps – with 88% of businesses saying they’ve adopted or will adopt DevOps within the next five years – has made it clear that we need to tightly integrate security in the fast-paced, iterative cultures that are DevOps organizations. We can’t fight DevOps, if we
Continuous Integration (CI) is an application development practice that’s becoming more and more popular in large software development organizations. While it boosts productivity and code integrity, it introduces new technical challenges in the security process, magnifying the importance of selecting of the right solution for the task.