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I’ve never really been sure how DevSecOps differs from plain-old DevOps, but over the past year I think there’s finally something enough there to have a notion. To be concise, DevOps-think makes software delivery better by moving operations concerns closer to development with the help of a lot of automation and process change. There are three things that I think …

The sharp increase in software supply chain attacks has made securing the build and delivery of software a critical topic. But what does this mean for Kubernetes DevOps teams tasked with securing their continuous delivery pipelines and clusters? To get started with securing a Kubernetes supply chain there are four things you will need to …

Is DevSecOps a Trend in Cybersecurity? Gartner recently released a report highlighting the top trends in cybersecurity for 2022. They discuss how businesses must reframe their security practices, rethink their technology, and adopt new responses to modern threats. This is in line with DevSecOps trends that we see in the market and hear about from our customers. …

Defining, building, and delivering a secure software supply chain is challenging for many organizations. Software builds utilize many open source components, and the vast landscape of cloud native developer and platform tools grows more extensive and more diverse every day. Developers, operators, and security teams must work together to ensure software is delivered swiftly and …

Software intelligence company Dynatrace (NYSE: DT) today announced the launch of its DevSecOps Automation Partner Program. This enables alliance and solution partners to extend the capabilities of their DevSecOps offerings through seamless integrations with the Dynatrace® platform. The program also provides DevSecOps teams with easy access to more than a dozen leading solutions, including Bitbucket, Azure DevOps, GitLab, Gremlin, …

Hey there, it’s your survey analysis pal: me! O’Reilly recently published its 2021 cloud survey, and it’s got some great insights into cloud usage, migration, and strategy. Here are three things I thought I’d look at more deeply: Across industries, organizations are using multiple clouds in a very real way. Organizations seem too ambitious about the …

LogDNA is experiencing explosive growth in response to our work to harness observability data across a broad set of enterprise use cases. Today, this tremendous opportunity is validated by our announcement of a $50 million series D led by NightDragon, the cybersecurity investment and advisory firm. NightDragon’s interest was first piqued by our cloud platform that …

The Tanzu RabbitMQ team is excited to announce the general availability of VMware Tanzu RabbitMQ 1.2. This version contains RabbitMQ 3.9, a milestone core broker release that introduces Streams, a new data structure allowing for replay and higher throughput. In addition to Streams, Tanzu RabbitMQ 1.2 has some exciting new capabilities and improvements: Warm standby replication …

It is imperative for DevOps success that operations teams provide a good developer experience and that developers have what they need for productive workflows. When this is done automatically and seamlessly, teams can get code to production faster. However, it’s not enough to get code committed quickly. That code must also be compliant and secure. …

One of the key metrics IT leaders care about is the total time it takes for a release to go from development to being live in production. The metric used to measure that duration is called the “release lead time.” It can range from days to months, depending on factors such as team agility, enterprise …