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In my previous blog post, I introduced the brief history of zero trust, the core pillars of a zero-trust model, and how to build a zero-trust model for cloud-native workloads. In this blog post, you will learn how to mitigate vulnerabilities, such as the recent zero-day Log4j vulnerability, with a zero-trust workload security approach. Zero …

For years, Google has been committed to maximizing developer productivity. In 2019, we announced the general availability of Skaffold, a command-line tool that facilitates continuous development and delivery for containerized applications. Today, we’re excited to announce that Skaffold V2 is now generally available. Skaffold V2 expands Skaffold’s supported platforms and architectures with the introduction of …

Organizations and their software delivery pipelines are continually exposed to growing cyberattack vectors. Coupled with the massive adoption of open source software, which now helps power nearly all of our public infrastructure and is highly prevalent in most proprietary software, businesses around the world are more vulnerable than ever. Today’s organizations need to be more …

DevOps is a concept that allows software development teams to release software in an automated and stable manner. DevOps itself is not just one thing; it’s a combination of culture and technology, which together make the implementation of DevOps successful. In this blog, we will be focusing on the tools and technology side of DevOps. …

Guest post by Michael Guarino, CTO, and Co-Founder at PluralOpen-source is at a crossroads at the moment. 97% of data stacks contain open-source code. However, deploying and managing open source applications is tedious and time-consuming.Take an open source product like Apache Airflow for example. The popular workflow management system has over 26k stars on Github …

Since Google Cloud Deploy became generally available in January 2022, we’ve remained focused on our core mission: making it easier to establish and operate software continuous delivery to a Google Kubernetes Engine environment. Through ongoing conversations with developers, DevOps engineers, and business decision makers alike, we’ve received feedback about onboarding speed, delivery pipeline management, and …

Many organizations struggle to create data-driven cultures where each employee is empowered to make decisions based on data. This is especially true for enterprises with a variety of systems and tools in use across different teams. If you are a leader, manager, or executive focused on how your team can leverage Google’s SRE practices or …

Shifting left on security with Google Cloud infrastructure The concept of “shifting left” has been widely promoted in the software development lifecycle. The concept is that introducing security earlier, or leftwards, in the development process will lead to fewer software-related security defects later, or rightwards, in production.   Shifting cloud security left can help identify …

The new version of the Google logging client library for Go has been released. Version 1.5 adds new features and bug fixes including new structured logging capabilities that complete last year’s effort to enrich structured logging support in Google logging client libraries. Here are few of the new features in v1.5:   Faster and more …

The software development process requires complex, cross-functional collaboration while continuously improving products and services. Our customers who build software say that they value Google Workspace for its ability to drive innovation and collaboration throughout the entire software development life cycle. Developers can hold standups and scrums in Google Chat, Meet, and Spaces, create and collaborate …