DevSecOps stands for development, security, and operations. It’s an approach to culture, automation, and platform design that integrates security as a shared responsibility throughout the entire IT lifecycle. DevSecOps highlights the need to invite security teams and partners at the outset of DevOps initiatives to build in information security and set a plan for security automation.
What is DevSecOps?
Shorter development cycles allow teams to respond to and fix problems faster, increase efficiency, test new features, and keep users happy. Shorter development cycles also help to strengthen your team and improve their efficiency.
- DevSecOps is the standard in implementing application security
- DevSecOps provides high visibility for security threats
- DevSecOps shortens development cycles
- DevSecOps benefits your client
- DevSecOps makes cloud computing more secure
- Culture clash
- Skills shortage
- Automation frustration
- Speed vs security
- Technology overload
- Inadequate tools
- Complexity in the cloud
- Challenging regulation
How DevSecOps work's
DevSecOps is the application of innovation security by integrating security processes and tools into the DevOps development process.
Because DevOps itself is an emerging discipline with a high degree of process variations, successful DevSecOps is best achieved by understanding and thoughtfully integrating security into development process. Adding security should start with low friction changes to the code, the development processes, and the infrastructure that hosts the workload. Focus first on changes that have the highest positive impact on security while placing a low burden on DevOps processes and skills.
Automation and the agile methodology enables teams to deliver faster, but also adds complexity to security because the workflow extends to the developer teams themselves.
- Git workflow
- Pipelines as code
- Secure your deployment credentials
- Securing your Azure resources