DevSecOps

THE AWS SHARED RESPONSIBILITY MODEL: 3 AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT TO MAKE TODAY, PART 1

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on HackerOne’s blog. Migrating your digital assets to the cloud can seem overwhelming at times. But you’re not alone. AWS has done a good job of meeting you halfway to help with security. AWS calls it the Shared Responsibility Model. Both you and AWS are each responsible for the …

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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment Differentiated

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Rollout.io. It seems that in the world of DevOps, development teams are continuously doing something. They use continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment in order to deliver software more quickly than ever. But what do these terms really mean? They’re obviously different, or else we wouldn’t need different …

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How to Market DevOps to Your Executives

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on ASPE’s blog. It’s late Saturday night. You rub your eyes and look away from the computer screen for a blissful few seconds, the first time in hours. The weekend elevation of your company’s latest application that will “save the company” started a day ago. It hasn’t gone smoothly. …

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DevOps Security Means Moving Fast, Securely

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Scalyr’s blog. Check them out if you need operational monitoring to help your DevOps go. In this world of lightning-fast development cycles, MVPs, and DevOps, it may intuitively feel like security gets left behind. You might be thinking, “Aren’t the security guys the ones who want to stop everything …

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Security as Code: Why a Mental Shift is Necessary for Secure DevOps

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared at Simple Programmer. They help make the complicated simple. Inertia is “the tendency to do nothing or remain unchanged.” It is a strong force in physics. It also often holds sway in the technology industry. By 1996, the first official definitions of Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) were created. Over 20 …

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