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The Rise of DevOps and the Fall of Organizational Walls

The Rise of DevOps and the Fall of Organizational Walls

Historically, IT organizations liked building walls. Infrastructure had access to hardware, system admins had access to operating systems and deployments, and developers wrote code. If you needed insight from a system, you found who owned it and asked for logs. Teams would get in war rooms when an issue occurred, and everyone would pull their […]

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Enforce Security Through Policy-as-Code

Enforce Security Through Policy-as-Code

Automation is key for so many reasons; it can help to speed up the security workflow, from alerting, to ticketing, to task assignment and remediation, it can help to combat threats in real-time and even enable you to impose policy as code. Companies that embrace the DevOps movement invest a lot in automation, and for […]

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Automation Enables Security for DevOps and Run-Time

Automation Enables Security for DevOps and Run-Time

DevOps teams are driven by a constant need to develop, integrate, push, and innovate. IT consumerization is now essential for organizations who want to respond quickly to market demands, and it’s increasingly a critical element of competitive differentiation and market viability. It’s because of this that DevOps teams are adopting modern aspects of development, including […]

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Integrating DevOps and Security

Integrating DevOps and Security

With the cloud, enterprises gain operational and management advantages of agility, scalability, and ease of use. The cloud also enables IT teams to apply continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) methods to deliver applications and functionality rapidly. To capitalize on the capabilities of the cloud, many organizations are turning to a development and delivery methodology known as […]

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Securing Innovation in the Public Cloud

Securing Innovation in the Public Cloud

Photo by Clayton Holmes on Unsplash I recently attended the Colorado CSA Fall Summit and wanted to share some insights and themes from the conference. The CSA summit included presentations on all things cloud security. On the technical side, there were talks on DevSecOps, cloud pen testing, AWS encryption, cryptocurrency, and container security. One of […]

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Together We Create

Bridging the Gap Between Security and DevOps, Part I

As we head into the New Year I’d like to share some trends I am noticing in the market around securing public clouds and decided to start a four-part series around it. Here in the Bay Area, we have several bridges that connect us. From the more well-known Golden Gate and Bay bridges to the lesser […]

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