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The shift towards cloud native architectures and micro services has accelerated the need to integrate security into DevOps environments.
I’ve seen first-hand how modern architectures have given agile DevOps teams a new and unparalleled velocity to create, release and deploy. But with that boost in speed comes the need to bolster processes and secure application estates.
The traditional handovers for software development are now obsolete. DevOps teams can do them autonomously and are encouraged to do so. Whilst that’s all well and good, as technical leaders we’re obliged to inspect our operations and introduce new methods to ensure pipelines remain secure. Modern checks and balances should automatically detect and reject forbidden changes before they are even applied.
European firms are outperforming other regions when it comes to integrating security into DevOps practices.
That’s according to automation software provider Puppet’s latest State of DevOps Report, which this year canvassed 3,000 organisations to determine how far they have integrated security into their software development lifecycles.