Posts Tagged ‘development’
While the term cloud used to be the main topic of discussion in the technology industry, cloud-native is taking its placeand with it, cloud-native security. There are many elements to keep in mind as more organizations begin to build their IT and security in the cloud, but here are five key observations to consider as your organization seeks to understand the different elements.
There is a weird, virtually universal truth about the relationship between technology and security. There is often an inverse relationship in which the more powerful, useful or convenient a technology is for the end user, the larger the risk it poses from a security perspective.
We started 2017 with predictions on what the year will bring for enterprise DevOps adoption, and as we approach the end of the year, we have seen more enterprises using DevOps-leading practices to both help keep up with innovative companies and be more agile, adaptable and scalable. For some organizations, DevOps represents a departure from traditional processes, roles and even responsibilities in favor of enabling more efficiency and speed for the business.
Striving to be an agile shop that is successful in devops isnt a new goal for most organizations. All teams want to deliver better apps faster.
Lets look at traditional, linear application development process. It follows a sequential methodology, which means the bugs that are present in the current build will have to wait for the next build to be addressed.
Containers have revolutionized software delivery and deployment with their ease of configuration and deployment, increasing development speed and agility. Likewise, the culture of DevOps is changing with the speed revolution containers are bringing.
Devops is in many ways a modern evolution born out of the old way of doing things. Waterfall development methodologies were too slow, deployments to production were too infrequent, and the traditional separation of developers and operators was an obstacle to change.