The Seven Habits Of Rugged DevOps
October 15, 2015
Why Read This Report
DevOps practices can only increase speed and quality up to a point without security and risk (S&R) pros' expertise. Old application security practices hinder speedy releases, and security vulnerabilities represent defects that can leave a company open to cyberattacks. But DevOps practitioners can leap forward with both increased speed and quality by including S&R pros in DevOps feedback loops and including security practices in the automated life cycle. These new practices are called rugged DevOps. This report presents the seven main principles of rugged DevOps so I&O pros and developers can break down barriers with S&R pros and achieve faster releases with stronger application security.
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Table of Contents
- DevOps Pros Can Undermine Cybersecurity With Poor Practices
- Improve Cybersecurity: Practice The Seven Habits Of Rugged DevOps
What It Means
- The Future Is Secure, Adaptive Applications
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