Fostering a culture where historically siloed departments now work together has a wide range of benefits for your company.
Software developers are using DevOps tools – and plan to implement more.
Choosing to develop in the cloud can result in greater speed, agility, application quality, and security.
Follow these continuous delivery best practices for DevOps in the cloud.
If you want a DevOps initiative to succeed, it's critical to get your team on board by explaining the “why” behind the plan and how each person can contribute to success.
Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) is a process for securing cloud data, and it largely revolves around three key steps.
Building understanding and cooperation between your development and security teams and automating testing can help you address security earlier in the development process and create secure code.
Developers need to emphasize security and continuous testing as well as consider the efficiency that cloud and Kubernetes can provide.
These trends will help software developers reach new levels of security, efficiency, and profitability.
COVID-19 created an opportunity to drive innovation and build a DevSecOps culture that emphasizes speed and agility while integrating security seamlessly throughout the software lifecycle.
DevOps and ITOps teams must evolve past monitoring into observability, which invites investigation by unlocking data from siloed log analytics applications.
Build, test, deploy takes top priority, automation gets more attention, and developers factor risk into their decision-making.
Automating software testing provides greater efficiency, consistency, and quality.
Developers and operations teams continue to refine this approach to enhance product quality and cost-effectiveness.
It's becoming increasingly vital for risk management and data governance to be baked into the DevOps lifecycle early on.