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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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How to Move Security Up the DevOps Priority List

Source:- securityboulevard.com If you are in the information security business like me, you have probably improved your frequent flyer status recently. Indeed, May-June are when most industry events occur. Like birds, we fly when spring arrives. In this blog, I’ll share some thoughts based on conversations I had during my own journeys, including those at the global OWASP conference in Tel Aviv, Israel. The audience was mostly split between developers and researchers, and then me, supposedly the only marketing guy within

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Networking: The DevOps Community Deserves Better

Source:- Developers of cloud-native applications are at the heart of a process of radical transformation shaking up the business world. Without them, enterprises everywhere would be stuck with the same cumbersome tools and processes they’ve been relying on for years. Using DevOps methodologies, software-as-a-service (SaaS) players are bringing a level of agility to the game that is all about freeing enterprises from the shackles of the old, pre-cloud days and letting them take advantage of new opportunities at light speed.

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PERSISTENT COOKIES CAN PROVE TROUBLESOME FOR AWS

Source:-duo.com For both attackers and penetration testers, phishing has been a go-to move for about two decades and it continues to work quite well today. It’s a reliable way to harvest users’ credentials for all sorts of apps and services, including cloud platforms, and a researcher has discovered that some cookies used for authentication on Amazon Web Services remain valid even after the victim has changed the password and logged out of the account. That means that an attacker who

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AWS Adds to Container Services Lineup

Source:- containerjournal.com Amazon Web Services (AWS) this week expanded its campaign to become the primary destination for deploying containers by making available Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights in preview. Announced at its AWS Summit event in New York, Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights is the second container service announcement made by AWS this week. AWS earlier announced the general availability of AWS Fluent Bit, which enables container logs to be routed to the AWS CloudWatch management service or through the AWS Kinesis

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Microsoft Azure partners get new tool, migration program

Source:- searchitchannel.techtarget.com Microsoft has uncorked a series of announcements on the eve of Microsoft Inspire, many of them focused on Microsoft Azure management and migration; more news from the week. John Moore and Spencer Smith 12 Jul 2019 Microsoft Azure partners are getting a new management tool and a migration program as part of channel investments Microsoft revealed in the run-up to the company’s annual partner conference. Microsoft introduced Azure Lighthouse, which the company said gives partners “a single control plane”

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It’s great to move to a DevOps approach – but have you told anyone else?

Source:- cloudcomputing-news.net One of the key inhibitors to progress in DevOps is internal communication – or the lack of it – according to a new survey. The report, from Trend Micro, polled 1,310 IT decision makers across enterprise and SMB levels and found almost nine in 10 (89%) are lobbying for greater communication between software development and IT security teams. More than three quarters (77%) said developers, security and operations teams needed to be in closer contact. So where is the

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The Pros and Cons of Kubernetes for HPC

Source:- hpcwire.com To Kube or not to Kube?” That is the question now active in the HPC community. If you work in IT, the rise of Kubernetes (K8s) has been hard to miss. Just five years after its initial release, Kubernetes has emerged as the new darling of open source, enjoying popularity and adoption second only to Linux. At the time of this writing, Kubernetes boasts over 80,000 code commits by approximately 2,200 separate developers. 1 A Kubernetes primer For

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Microsoft launches Azure Lighthouse in general availability, updates Azure Migration Program

Source:- venturebeat.com Next week marks the kickoff of Microsoft’s annual Inspire convention in Las Vegas, where the Seattle company reliably announces a slew of enterprise product updates across its portfolio. This year, in addition to Microsoft Teams news and a new AI for Good initiative, it launched Azure Lighthouse in general availability alongside Azure Migration Program enhancements Azure Lighthouse In essence, Azure Lighthouse is a control panel that integrates with portals, IT service management (ITSM) tools, and monitoring tools to let

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Cloud is changing the data protection landscape: Dell EMC research

Source : – cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com Dell EMC announced the results of the third Global Data Protection Index revealing an increasing growth rate of data of 130% in Indian organizations and an impressive jump in data protection “adopters” of nearly 50 percentage points (48%) since 2016. The research, which surveyed 2,200 IT decision makers from both public and private organizations with 250+ employees across 18 countries and 11 industries, provides a comprehensive understanding of the state of data protection and the maturity of

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