The latest version of GitLab is out! GitLab 12.0, however, is not just another monthly update. With this release, Gitlab takes a key step towards an inclusive approach to DevSecOps. Let’s see what this month’s update is all about.
As DevOps matured within organizations, the process became efficient and fast, but security ended up falling to the wayside. In this article, Gary Stevens explains why security is infiltrating DevOps and how the growth of DevSecOps creates a noticeable drop in the rate of data and security breaches.
Organizations with mature DevOps practices are far more likely to integrate automated security, report shows
Featuring the responses of more than 5,500 participants, the 2019 DevSecOps Community Survey offers detailed insights into the DevOps and DevSecOps ecosystem. Let’s have a closer look at the most important interesting highlights.
Despite all the advantages of DevSecOps, challenges like technical debt still remain. In this article, Mike Bursell explains why this isn’t such a bad thing. After all, identifying a problem is half the battle. He also goes into the reasons why technical debt still exists, how it can be useful, and explores some basic do’s and don’ts for developers.
Containers have become a necessary part of modern technology. But what are they and what kinds of security concerns should organizations be aware of? In this article, Rami Sass explores the basics of containers as well as the future of DevSecOps.
In this article, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Contrast Jeff Williams discusses how to understand and establish DevSecOp and suggests some further reading and advice.
One of the hottest topics nowadays, DevSecOps also happens to be brand new so in order to put it into practice, we need to understand it better. First off, we need to take one crucial first step: incorporate automated security scanning. Here, Dr. Rao Papolu looks at the basic stages of this process.
The major barrier between you and a DevSecOps approach isn’t technology. It’s company culture. In this article, Mike D. Kail explains how companies can successfully transition to a DevSecOps methodology.
DevSecOps isn’t easy to get right, but it’s becoming more and more important. We go over the challenges, key insights, and Gartner’s top 10 things any company needs to remember if they want to integrate security into DevOps.
How do we keep our code and ourselves safe? In this interview, Jeff Williams, co-founder and chief technology officer at Contrast Security explains why we have to reinvent security, why DevSecOps is so important, and how to avoid taking serious risks in applications.