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DevOps, Security challenges, Passwords, and DevSecOps

DevOps culture is rapidly gaining popularity. when it comes to application delivery. The main reason behind this is the inherent advantages it offers over the traditional...

Securing Infrastructure as Code

Demand for faster application delivery has given rise to efficient development and deployment practices such as DevOps. In order to deliver applications at the increasing...

Multiply the benefits of cloud with multi-cloud

Cloud adoption and its importance have been the topic of everyone's interest for more than a decade now. Various reports underpin the statement that the cloud is the way for...

Continuous Compliance in DevOps

To make the software development process faster the world started adopting DevOps and the DevOps culture revolves around one word - ‘continuous’. Be it development, testing,...

Securing the Serverless

In one of my earlier posts, serverless isn’t exactly serverless, I wrote about how serverless, an operational model in cloud computing, is helping organizations in outsourcing...

9 Antipatterns to save your DevOps from becoming DevOops

“Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots....

Container vulnerabilities and security best practices

Containers have been pretty much a part of the software world since the late 70s when during the development of Unix V7, the chroot system call was introduced. But we had to...

Docker Enterprise 3.0 - bringing Docker Desktop to enterprises

The 2019 edition of DockerCon concluded on May 2, 2019. This year, there were a lot of interesting releases and informative sessions. You can have a look at all the highlights...

What is Infrastructure as Code and why should you go for it?

End-to-end automation of the software development process is the thing now. In recent years, one can surely say that automation of the overall application development process...

Securing Kubernetes environment with internal load-balancers and Ingress on AWS and VPN

Security is one of the biggest concern nowadays and organizations have started investing a considerable amount of time and money in it. 2018 has shown every one of us why it is...

Most feature-rich release by Kubernetes - 1.10

Kubernetes 1.10 is here! This is the first major release of 2018 for Kubernetes which is fast becoming the largest and fastest growing container orchestration platform. A beta...

From the CEO’s Desk: Implementing secure DevOps to innovate with confidence

Security was one of the most talked about term in 2017 and some of the events such as Equifax, WannaCry, Bad Rabbit, and the Yahoo Bombshell of 2013 exposed the vulnerability...

From the CEO’s Desk: Operationalize your SaaS the right way

Although the term was introduced at the start of 20th century, SaaS market is older than we think. Application as service, as some of us used to call it, can be dated back to...

From the CEO’s Desk: Increasing importance of cross-functional teams and TestOps

Software development lifecycle has come a long way from a linear sequential design approach to an incremental and a much efficient one. The journey from the waterfall model to...

OpenStack Foundation Embraces Containers with “Kata Containers”

n Dec. 5, when the enthusiastic container community was getting ready for KubeCon, the OpenStack Foundation has renewed its long-standing friendship with the announcement of a...

Kubernetes 1.8 - A Focus on Maturity, Security, and Process

Kubernetes 1.8 is here! 1.8 marks the 3rd major release of Kubernetes this year. This release is focused on adding maturity and process to Kubernetes and looking towards making...

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