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Predictions 2020: Cloud computing sees new alliances and new security concerns

Source:-zdnet.com In 2020, the cloud computing market will sees interesting new alliances and face new security concerns. Read Forrester’s 2020 cloud predictions to find out more. Last year, Forrester predicted that enterprises would start modernizing core business apps with cloud computing in 2019, and that transformation has indeed taken off. 2019 also brought major acquisitions (IBM completed its acquisition of Red Hat, and VMware reabsorbed Pivotal) and surprising new alliances (Oracle partnered with Microsoft on high-speed links between Oracle Cloud

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What Happens When You Inject Security into DevOps: DevSecOps

Source:-informationweek.com If you think that the security reviews that your DevOps team conducts are enough, give it another thought. Over these past few years, I’ve had the chance to work very closely with some of the most talented development teams. Even today, I’m still involved with DevOps and helping design core applications that’ll impact users, businesses, and entire methods of technology and even data center management. In working with Agile coaches and Scrum masters, I learned quickly that DevOps is

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How DevOps security tools support modern applications

Source:- securityboulevard.com Modern application development organizations must integrate and automate DevOps security tools such as IAST into CI/CD pipelines to speed developers. Software developers working on modern applications have embraced agile development, DevOps security tools, and continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) approaches. With consumers and enterprises increasingly relying on web and mobile apps for their software needs, developers have had to move away from monolithic on-premises applications that rely on a “big bang” launch of presentation, business logic, and data tier

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DevOps Security Challenges and How to Overcome Them

Source:- securityboulevard.com DevOps is helping organizations develop software faster. DevOps is a software development approach that utilizes the Agile methodology to integrate and streamline the development and operations process. The result is a faster and more efficient development process.  The downside of DevOps is that the fast pace it promotes doesn’t cover security. The solution is to include security protocols and practices across the DevOps pipeline. If you’re interested in adopting the DevOps approach, read on to learn about the challenges

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Success in DevOps adoption can boost security, research finds

Source:-ciodive.comPuppet research found companies that integrate security into the software development lifecycle are “twice as confident in their security posture.” The DevOps lifecycle is rife with tension.  Development, operations and security have missions and the key is aligning all those causes.  Developers cringe when security enters the room because of the limits that come with security controls. But security isn’t on duty to take the life out of the party; its goal is to make sure no one spikes the punch.   So

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Serverless Security Threats Loom as Enterprises Go Cloud Native

Source:-sdxcentral.com Enterprises are rapidly adopting serverless computing because of improved security as well as the need for speed and greater operational efficiency. However, as they increase their usage of serverless functions, companies must understand how this affects their threat landscape — and how to implement security measures such as runtime controls and API discovery and usage inspection, according to a new Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) study that looks at how organizations are securing cloud-native applications. Application security company Data Theorem commissioned the study, Security for DevOps –

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How The Cloud Transformed Our Systems—And My Career

Source:-forbes.comWith over 10 years experience using the cloud to deliver fundamental change and business value, I’m surprised that so many organizations are still just using the cloud as a place to park their virtual machines (VMs), rather than as a way to improve their applications and drive digital transformation. I was first exposed to the transformational potential of the cloud in 2009, as CIO of Comic Relief, a leading not-for-profit that found itself with an interesting conundrum; the telethons that

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Microsoft buys Semmle in a bid to bulk out GitHub security

Source:-devclass.com Microsoft has boosted its security play via GitHub by buying code analysis firm Semmle in a pairing the firms hope will make hunting and fixing vulnerabilities as easy as a pull request. Semmle has two main products, QL,  a code analysis engine for product security teams to quickly find zero-days and variants of critical vulnerabilities, and LGTM aimed at development teams to identify vulnerabilities before they can creep into production. In a blog post, GitHub CEO Nat Friedman explained, “Semmle’s

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Cloud (In)security: Protecting Your Business Across Multiple Platforms

Source:- machtribune.com Global Static Code Analysis Software Market 2019 Growth Landscape PyCharm, ReSharper, Coverity, ReSharper C++, SonarQube Static Code Analysis Software Market Global Trends, Market Share, Industry Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Market Forecast 2019-2024, a New Addition to the huge research repertoire of Fior Markets offers insights on the Static Code Analysis Software Market for different segments and companies involved worldwide over the forecast period 2019-2024 especially in Americas (United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil), APAC (China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Australia), Europe (Germany,

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10 Questions To Assess Your Container and Kubernetes Security

Source:-containerjournal.com Kubernetes adoption has exploded, especially in production environments, and is considered by most as the de facto container orchestrator. As the container and Kubernetes market continues to mature, security of the cloud-native stack is becoming ever more important. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation recently published its results of a months-long security audit, along with recommendations for both cluster administrators and developers. There are many security considerations to be aware of when using Kubernetes—are your images, deployments, nodes and clusters properly locked down? Below are 10 questions

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