DevOps & DevSecOps
DevOps and DevSecOps solutions provide a framework and templates to configure and centrally monitor software development by using automation and analytics. It introduces security earlier within the life cycle of application development. Shortening the delivery cycle of high-quality software in a continuous manner lowering failure rate and mean-time-to-recovery. Successfully implementing DevOps and DevSecOps principles along with cloud best practices will enable you to accelerate the speed, agility, and quality of your application and infrastructure delivery.
To accelerate your cloud initiative, our DevOps and DevSecOps Framework is a set of reference architecture, code, artifacts, and documentation that enables your team to confidently and reliably deliver these capabilities using modern techniques and the latest technology.
- Current state maturity model assessment and gap analysis.
- Continuous DevOps/DevSecOps skills investment through ongoing training and development
FAQ's for DevOps & DevSecOps
DevOps has developed into DevSecOps when teams have found that security problems were not adequately addressed by the DevOps paradigm. DevSecOps arose as a method to integrate the management of security before all stages of the development cycle, as opposed to retrofitting security into the build.
While SecDevOps prioritises security as much as the actual stages of integrating security into the DevOps process itself, DevSecOps is primarily focused with integrating security processes into DevOps cycles while retaining efficiency.
DevSecOps involves integrating governance and cybersecurity processes into the DevOps workflow, including identity and access management (IAM), privilege management, firewalling / unified threat management, code review, configuration management, and vulnerability monitoring.
Application security (AppSec) trendy practise DevSecOps includes incorporating security sooner in the software development life cycle (SDLC). Incorporating security teams within the software delivery cycle further broadens the scope of the engagement between the development and operations teams.
Development, operations, and security are the three terms that make up the DevOps security concept. The objective is to eliminate any obstacles that could exist between IT operations and software development.
Adopt a DevSecOps culture. Create credential controls. Shift security left. Consistently manage security risks. Secure the software supply chain. Automate. Manage vulnerabilities. Manage privileged access.