The DevSecOps Journey: Achieving Security at Speed and Scale

Source: securityboulevard.com Before DevOps dramatically transformed the application development process, a typical application development scenario went like this: Application developers created their application, system or code and spun up their accompanying server, and then submitted an access request or firewall configuration change to the security team, which would then take weeks to complete. Developers were used to working on a six-month release cycle, so the long lead time between submitting a request to the security team and having that request

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Third Annual GitLab Global Developer Survey Reveals Disconnect Between Developer And Security Teams

Source:-globenewswire.com Today GitLab, the single application for the DevOps lifecycle, released the results of its third annual developer survey highlighting the clear benefits — and tricky challenges — of the DevOps methodology. DevOps done right can go a long way to improve security, enable continuous deployment and bring developers, security professionals and the operations team together. The survey of over 4,000 respondents found security teams part of a good DevOps practice are 3x more likely to discover bugs before code

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DevSecOps Survey Finds Failure to Communicate

Source:- devops.com A survey of 1,310 IT decision-makers conducted by the market research firm Vanson Bourne on behalf of Trend Micro finds that while nearly three-quarters of respondents (74%) said integrating developer, IT operations and cybersecurity processes has become more important over the past year, more than one-third (34%) said these silos are making it more difficult to create a DevOps culture in the organization. A full 89% said software development and IT security teams needed to be in closer

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6 Traits That Define DevSecOps

Source :- devops.com How do we define DevSecOps? A combination of DevOps and security is readily apparent, but the philosophy goes much deeper. In a recent eBook, The State of DevSecOps, we asked industry experts to define what DevSecOps meant to them. Below, we’ve condensed their answers into five core attributes. Recent Posts By Bill Doerrfeld When DevOps and Marketing Collide: Insights From Adobe Summit 2019 6 Examples of Digital Transformation at Adobe Summit Keynote DevOps and Retail: Transforming Brick-and-Mortar to

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DevOps for doubters: How to deal with 9 kinds of people who push back

Source :- enterprisersproject.com At first glance, the benefits of DevOps are hard to deny. Continuous delivery of new software and features makes customers happy and businesses more agile. Highly collaborative, transparent, cross-functional ways of working can rally teams around a shared mission and purpose. It’s no wonder that companies big and small are singing DevOps’s praises and expecting everyone to get on board and never look back. That’s why it can be surprising when leaders encounter team members who seem to

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Portable Security Policies: A DevSecOps Primer

Source :- devops.com Protecting critical data and applications is a challenge under any circumstances, but it’s especially daunting when resources reside in the cloud. Most organizations today operate a significant portion of their workloads in the cloud, which adds to the complexity of the security problem—a security team can’t fully control cloud environments but is responsible for securing workloads and applications running there. Cybercriminals are exploiting the situation. They’re becoming more aggressive and ingenious in their efforts, taking advantage of the

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How to Seamlessly Evolve DevOps Into DevSecOps

Source :- infoq.com DevSecOps, by definition, is an evolution of DevOps. The growing philosophy itself is not fully formed and leaves a lot to still be defined. For anyone to claim it is anywhere close to a fully-formed set of best practices or rules would be getting ahead of themselves and the philosophy. This should be expected as DevSecOps is relatively new. This is the nature of DevOps, in general — always improving and never stagnant. DevOps, as a process, isn’t

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Defining software quality metrics for Agile and DevOps

Source :- sdtimes.com In a a Tricentis-commissioned report from Forrester released in July, “The Definitive Software Quality Metrics For Agile+DevOps,” surveyors found that it’s a common trait of companies that have seen the most success from Agile and DevOps adoption that they have made another operational transition. These companies have moved on from considering “counting” metrics — for instance, whether you’ve run tests an adequate number of times — as key indicators of success, to “contextual” metrics — whether the software

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VMware Adds Cloud Automation for DevOps

Source:- devops.com Those who follow my blog will recall that I covered (and did some work for) CloudCoreo, a cloud security and compliance start-up. What the company was working on was intriguing to me because it pulled many things into the realm of DevOps through automation at a time when cloud security was a big issue. Recent Posts By Don Macvittie IBM Extends z/OS Toward DevOps Again The Right DevOps Tool for the Job Alerting Consolidation: What’s the DevOps Impact?

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DevOps Platform Market 2019 – Puppet Labs, Chef, Docker Inc., Red Hat(Ansible), Atlassian

Source:- ottheedge.com   The Global DevOps Platform Market report is a solid advancement driven by utilization in major developing markets. More development chances to come up somewhere in the range of 2019 and 2025 contrasted with a couple of years back, suggesting the fast pace of progress. According to world financial development, the DevOps Platform market measure is evaluated from xx.xx of million $ in 2018. The DevOps Platform Market is required to surpass more than US$ xx.xx million by

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