DevSecOps

EEEWW—Green iMessage Bubbles | ‘Great Resignation’ Redux | Faster Firefox 96

In this week’s The Long View: iMessage lock-in lessons, attrition-rate fixes, and more on Mozilla.

4 days ago

NPMs Sabotaged as OSS Sustainability Crisis Continues

A long-simmering debate over the sustainability of smaller open source projects moved beyond the theoretical when two widely used open…

6 days ago

Three Cloud Trends to Watch in 2022

Many developers and startups view cloud services as simply “compute”, “storage” and “networking.” The cloud has matured to the point…

7 days ago

CIS Benchmarks: DevOps Guide to Hardening the Cloud

DevOps and cloud computing have become inseparable. But while the cloud started as primarily a dev/test environment — without stringent…

2 weeks ago

Secure Software Summit: Exploring Secure Coding Best Practices

In an era where software is dominating the world, the security and quality of code must remain a high priority.…

2 weeks ago

DevSecOps Will Cross the Chasm in 2022

We’ve been talking about DevSecOps and shift-left security for years. Although this approach probably didn’t “cross the chasm” in 2021,…

2 weeks ago

Best of 2021 – How to Revoke JSON Web Tokens (JWTs)

As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is…

3 weeks ago

Best of 2021 – From Agile to DevOps to DevSecOps: The Next Evolution

As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is…

4 weeks ago

Best of 2021 – The Next Evolutions of DevOps

As we close out 2021, we at DevOps.com wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. Following is…

4 weeks ago

Only 30% of Orgs Fully Implement DevSecOps

With the pressure to release more rapidly, security is shifting left within the continuous development pipeline at most organizations. This…

4 weeks ago