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Being able to modernise applications means being able to deliver them at speed, with reliability and security, whether they’re cloud-native or updated legacy, whether they’re in the data centre or in a multi-cloud environment.
SDM is all about breaking down silos to focus on delivering the best, most impactful software possible and. But it’s not enough to deliver fast and without flaws. The core metrics you try to achieve have to be aligned and focused on delivering the quality software customers want and are willing to pay for. Creating a synchronized system based on common data, integrated tools, universal insights and streamlined processes helps organisations measure development effort to business value, resulting in making software delivery a core business process.
Cloud-native misconfigurations are rampant and rising bad practices risk exposing cloud resources even further, California-based security vendor Accurics has claimed.
According to the company’s latest cloud security report, Summer 2020: State of DevSecOps, unless emerging cloud-native security challenges are not plugged, breaches will “increase in velocity in scale”.
“While the adoption of cloud-native infrastructure such as containers, serverless, and servicemesh is fueling innovation, misconfigurations are becoming commonplace and creating serious risk exposure for organizations,” said Accurics Co-founder & CTO, Om Moolchandani.
Not all cloud apps are created equal, says Mehdi Fassaie, Founder & CTO at Fluent Commerce The phenomenal growth of cloud computing has enabled companies in every industry sector to take advantage of this transformative technology to improve the customer experience, increase productivity, lower cost, reduce IT overheads, and introduce new business models. Today’s cloud-native… Read More
Cloud-native is the perfect recipe for innovation, adaptability and engineering excellence – when it goes right. When it’s not right, it can be a monster spaghetti, a quality headache, and frustratingly inflexible. Dr Holly Cummins shares stories about all the ways cloud-native can go wrong (and how to avoid them).