Cloud governance shouldn’t be an afterthought. Indeed, it should be a foundational element of any cloud security strategy. Why? Because the cloud is enormous – it’s software, hardware, developer tools and platforms, and more. All delivered by a host of vendors.
Many subject matter experts will tell you that DevSecOps is primarily a cultural transformation issue as opposed to a technology problem. While a true statement, the right technologies can help expedite that transformation given a vision of what your agency wants to achieve through automation. For example, can you optimally perform your mission without adopting innovation as a factor when trying to predict the best tools to use in your DevSecOps shop?
As a public sector solutions aggregator, DLT Solutions creates effective go-to-market strategies that its technology vendors and channel partners can leverage to deliver optimal business-oriented solutions to government, healthcare and education customers.
Kubernetes has emerged as the de-facto platform of choice for implementing containerized microservices and accelerating cloud migration. It saves time, is cost-effective, and can run in the cloud or on-premises. No wonder adoption is skyrocketing. In 2019 Kubernetes usage grew almost 50% in the span of just six months.
You say “DevOps”, I say “what about DevSecOps?”. But neither exists in a silo. If you’re taking advantage of DevOps tools and methods, you need to integrate DevSecOps into the mix. In other words, IT security must play an integrated role in the full lifecycle of your apps.
But what is DevSecOps? For this, we turn to DLT partner, Red Hat, who has put together a user-friendly guide to DevSecOps.