How the new developer culture dictates development security

Source – sdtimes.com The 24×7 digital economy is requiring many organizations to release apps and application updates on a near-continuous basis in order to keep up with increasing customer demand—or face being left in the dust by competitors. Developer teams have their hands full trying to deliver functional, feature-rich updates on time. In this hyper-competitive environment, security is often too easy to deprioritize when faced with the pressure to get an app out the door. The rising trend of breaches from

Read more

When AI meets DevOps: Getting the best out of both worlds

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net DevOps has been widely embraced by businesses under pressure to get competitively advantageous digital deliverables to market at the fastest possible cadence—especially given the reality of limited coder headcount and the need to rigorously avoid brand-toxic snafus in the customer experience. Artificial intelligence (AI), in stark contrast, is a potentially transformative digital discipline that is still very new to most enterprise IT organizations. But while it’s certainly important that CIOs nurture AI adoption with appropriately resourced pilots, it’s

Read more

DevSecOps: 3 ways to bring developers, security together

Source – enterprisersproject.com Applications are the heart of the digital business, with code central to the infrastructure that powers it. In order to stay ahead of the digital curve, organizations must move fast and deploy code quickly, which unfortunately is often at odds with stability and security. With this in mind, where and how can security fit into the DevOps toolchain? And, in doing so, how can we create a path for successfully deterring threats? As DevOps continues along its path

Read more

The 5 Common Mistakes Your Devops Team is Making

Source – whitesourcesoftware.com DevOps has become an important and inseparable part of every business today. The rise of DevOps has meshed the development and operations teams together, largely contributing to the faster development and deployment of software. Despite the most obvious problems that DevOps solves, there are a few common mistakes that DevOps teams and their organizations continuously commit while working together to deliver the companies’ products. We have chosen to highlight the 5 most common mistakes your DevOps team is

Read more

Speed and Security Can Coexist in Mainframe DevOps

Source – devops.com DevOps teams face a constant tug-of-war in their daily work, balancing the need for speedy rollouts of high-performing (fast, reliable) applications that are secure also. If the team moves too quickly, an overlooked security vulnerability may make its way into production. If the team is not nimble enough to identify those security gaps, it can slow down the entire development process, hampering organizational agility. The need to strike this critical balance has led to the rise of DevSecOps,

Read more

Rules automation puts the “Sec” in DevSecOps

Source – helpnetsecurity.com Imagine if safety were an afterthought in automobiles: Manufacturers would create a pristine new car and then hand it off to the safety team…which would bolt airbags onto the dashboard, seatbelts onto the side panels, and bumpers onto both ends. And if they were under a lot of pressure to get the car to dealers as quickly as possible, they might just leave off some of this stuff, ship the car to the dealer, and tell the safety

Read more

Application security needs to shift left

Source – sdtimes.com As teams are pressured to release software more rapidly, more and more aspects of software development are being forced to “shift left,” moving up earlier in the development lifecycle. Because of the speed in which code is updated and delivered, security can no longer be thought of as an afterthought, said Rani Osnat, VP of product marketing at Aqua Security, a company that specializes in container security. “That’s why we profess to shift left security and basically embed

Read more

When AI meets DevOps: Getting the best out of both worlds

Source – cloudcomputing-news.net DevOps has been widely embraced by businesses under pressure to get competitively advantageous digital deliverables to market at the fastest possible cadence—especially given the reality of limited coder headcount and the need to rigorously avoid brand-toxic snafus in the customer experience. Artificial intelligence (AI), in stark contrast, is a potentially transformative digital discipline that is still very new to most enterprise IT organizations. But while it’s certainly important that CIOs nurture AI adoption with appropriately resourced pilots, it’s

Read more

What Comes after DevOps? Two Possibilities

Source – devops.com People have been talking about the “post-DevOps” world since at least 2014. But have we actually arrived in the post-DevOps era? If so, what comes after DevOps? Let’s explore those questions. The DevOps concept is more than a decade old. DevOps has seen widespread adoption across companies large and small. “DevOps engineer” is now a common job title for tech folks. At a minimum, these developments mean that DevOps is now very mature and mainstream. They may even signal the end of DevOps,

Read more

DevSecOps: Embedding a Security Practice into your DevOps Approach

Source – devops.com It’s a no-brainer that the element of security cannot be compromised even to the smallest of extents in today’s competitive, fast-paced, modern technology-driven IT infrastructure. However, to keep up with the rapid developments of other processes in this agile world, security is often given relatively less importance and in some cases, even left behind. As the term suggests, DevSecOps is primarily concerned with the incorporation of security in the DevOps pipeline. The intended primary function of DevSecOps is

Read more
1 2 3 4 5 13