In this blog post, we are going to learn some CD strategies that are employed in DevOps frameworks.
In this blog post, we will cover the necessity of developing an appsec awareness and education program and how it may assist to equip the staff to integrate security into all development activities.
In this blog post, we are going to explain continuous delivery (CD), and how we can utilize it in DevSecOps. Lastly, we will make a brief comparison between continuous integration and continuous delivery. Let’s start by defining what is CD…
In this blog page, we will make a quick introduction to what is continuous integration pipeline.
Every company owns a variety of hardware components, devices, and software solutions that run on them. While it is advantageous to acquire and develop complex systems or technology that can aid in the accomplishment of critical business functions, it is equally important to properly configure and maintain them. If these systems or software are not properly managed and changes to them are not accurately tracked, then it becomes difficult to respond to security incidents effectively. Configuration management lays the groundwork for an organization’s effective security management program. This article discusses the fundamentals of configuration management, its significance, various elements, its benefits, and various tools to aid in its implementation.
You may incorporate numerous technologies into DevSecOps pipelines to detect security flaws at different phases. Application security testing (AST) tools are one example of these technologies. This blog page will provide you various tools that you can utilize for your different analysis needs in DevSecOps.
As we have learned, in the DevSecOps Methodologies article, DevSecOps offers the incorporation of security products as part of the continuous integration and deployment processes. Let’s take a step further and discover how to achieve security right from the start.
When you are doing security in DevOps, the first challenge waiting for you is how to be as quick as possible. In this blog post we will discuss why we should implement DevSecOps to ensure that security can keep up with the pace of our project and what are it’s components. Let’s begin remembering the most important objective of DevSecOps…
DevSecOps is the abbreviation for development, security and operations and is both the theoretical and practical implementation of automated integration of security at every step of the software development lifecycle. It is known as a mixture of software development and information technology’s operational management to provide continuous delivery of applications and services. In order to properly understand DevSecOps, one should have a good grasp of what is involved in the software development lifecycle.
Let’s learn about what a DevSecOps is.
In this blog, we will go through the various forms of encryption, where they are utilized, and how they are employed in the cloud.
In this blog post, we will deep dive into components of computing resources and their security implications. Before learning how to secure a computer architecture, we need to learn its building blocks. Let’s start by understanding the importance and components of compute resources. Cloud computing provides handy, on-request online access to collective customizable and flexible resources.
How safe are your cloud-stored keys? Where and how secret keys are kept can have a substantial impact on the overall security of the data.
Welcome to your very first Terraform project! In this blog post, we will create our first project with Terraform using HCL.
Infrastructure as code (IAC) is a management tool and mindset for controlling your framework like it is software. You can build, update, destroy, and control all elements of operations by writing code instead of clicking on a GUI. This article will give an introduction to Infrastructure as Code and its benefits.
DevOps is a set of practices that combine software development (Dev) and information technology operations (Ops) to shorten the software delivery life cycle. The main goal of DevOps is to increase efficiency and improve communication between these two silos. DevOps culture is about trust, collaboration, and automation.
CloudFormation may seem intimidating to someone who is learning AWS. But gaining this skill is very useful for automating your development environment quickly and efficiently. I’ll give you a simple understanding of why CloudFormation is essential for your infrastructure.