Tag: CI/CD Pipeline

What To Expect at a Virtual DevOps World 2020

DevOps World 2020

DevOps World is coming soon and this implies that you can look forward to many chances to learn about so many things in DevOps, network among like-minded professionals, join in-depth training programs and technical workshops and just have some enjoyable time in general. The event is set to have all this stuff. But, with the disease still impacting culture, this year’s experience will be different. It will take place on…

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Shifting Left: The Evolving Role of Automation in DevOps Tools

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One of the greatest challenges currently facing security and development teams is striking a balance between speed and security. Application security testing (AST) tools that leverage automation to produce high-quality results must continue to evolve, in order to help organisations bring these two components together. The goal should be to shift to a true DevSecOps model, by automating vulnerability detection and triage to reduce secure software time-to-market. According to analyst firm…

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5 Essential Digital Adoptions To Grow Your DevOps Enterprise

Digital Adoptions To Grow Your DevOps Enterprise

There are several essential digital adoptions to grow your DevOps enterprise. Studies show that the DevOps market is projected to expand to over $10 billion by 2025. In 2020, the software development demand is already increasing due to the novel coronavirus. As an enterprise developer, you know how DevOps communication and collaboration strategies can streamline your software pipeline for rapid deployment. To cope with the current climate, there are several enterprise…

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How the Rise of Containers Will Drive DevOps

DevOps Containers

As organizations look to increase flexibility, speed, and efficiencies in their workflows, DevOps and containers are a natural fit The world continues to speed up, with faster business cycles, more dynamic changes, and higher customer expectations for responsiveness. Organizations feel pressured to innovate faster than ever, with accelerated application releases and updates within hours or days rather than weeks or months. As a result, agility and digital transformation have never…

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How Agile Teams Can Get DevOps Right.

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So you’ve adopted agile. You’re holding your stand-ups, scoring your stories, doing the ceremonies the experts recommend. You’re even beginning to see the value of the agile process. You’re showing development progress in biweekly increments, including user feedback on a continuous basis, and everyone’s excited! But something feels off. It was great to start, but now your velocity is erratic. The defect list keeps growing. Testing takes longer and longer…

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Automated Multiplatform Deployment for DevOps

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In a simpler world, every CI/CD pipeline would need to support only one deployment platform. In the real world, multiplatform deployment (which means deploying an application to run on multiple OS platforms) is a must-have for many organizations. We live in an age of diverse operating systems and deploying for only one platform is often not an option. With that challenge in mind, let’s take a look at best practices…

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Self-Service Workload Protection for DevOps Teams

DevOps Security

Everyone (or almost everyone) in the DevOps world likes to talk about the importance of security. But too often, these DevOps security conversations end with generic recommendations such as, “Follow the OWASP Top 10.” Don’t get me wrong—reference frameworks such as OWASP are great resources for helping to guide DevOps security. But it’s usually far from obvious to many DevOps teams how to bridge the gap between the abstract theory…

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5 Security Factors Every DevSecOps Team Should Consider in CI/CD Pipeline

DevSecOps Security Factors

The saying “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link“, perfectly describes the security factor of software development. Newspapers are full of security breach stories, still, businesses are not taking security precautions seriously. When asked, even the large enterprises do not want to spend much on security. Unlike the investment in business development and marketing and product development, multilevel security testing and fixes do not provide much return…

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