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DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps at RSA

DevOps Connect: Rugged DevOps at RSA

Live blog from DevOps Connect – get the slides now by emailing mmiller@sonatype.com Note: this page does not auto-refresh It is time for me to sign off. The Rugged DevOps sessions at DevOps connect were, well rugged. They brought reality to DevOps implementations and make sure security plays the role that it needs to in application

Author, Chris Riley

Is SecOps, DevOps?

SecOps shares similar ideas to those driving the DevOps movement. DevOps introduces a framework that brings development, operations and quality assurance under a single automated umbrella. SecOps also seeks to join people, process, and only then tools, so that they can improve security and automate its deployment, management, and coverage. Because of the current climate

Author, Chris Riley

Maven Component Management Brings QA Automation to Life

    The DevOps movement in Quality Assurance (QA) commands efficient component management with the quality and velocity to keep up with agile enterprise development. The responsibility of these critical processes in the software development lifecycle has shifted away from the already-overwhelmed QA police to frontend developers having to perform version controls, validation and security

Author, Chris Riley

Components as Process

The developer space is not boring. Over the past 10 years, as many businesses have adopted the DevOps approach to rapid, agile development for rapid software releases. Simultaneously in the last decade has witnessed a huge increase in the use of open source code, especially in the form of pre-constructed components. Whereas at the turn of

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