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Software enables performance agility and responsiveness, capabilities vital for mission-critical tasks. It helps us become faster in our jobs, make better decisions, and creates more time to focus on what we do best. We’re more reliant on software than ever before, so the operational approach to support it must work and must be secure. DevSecOps ensures quality and reduces risk while integrating IT security throughout the development lifecycle for mission-critical software.

Organizations that incorporate development security operations practices, or DevSecOps for short, get more done. DevSecOps enables cross-functional team members to deliver projects with speed, functionality, and innovation that is backed by a security foundation. It allows teams to focus on what they do best, by automating repetitive tasks to ensure smooth delivery and deployment, while significantly reducing risk and release management efforts.


Your Project Isn’t Agile Without DevSecOps

The need for DevSecOps arose from the success rate of agile software development methodologies, which increased the desire for organizations to release software faster, effectively, and more frequently. The inclusion of security practices throughout the collaborative lifecycle adds continuous and shared responsibility that facilitates efficiency from end to end. As these organizations sought to overcome the strain placed on release management processes, they adopted patterns, such as application release automation, continuous integration tools, and continuous delivery.

The key aspects of development and delivery processes are:

  • Code — Write and review code and insert tools to manage source code and code merging.
  • Build — Continuous integration and build status.
  • Test — Automated and continuous test tools and feedback to reduce project risks.
  • Package — Artifact repository and application pre-deployment staging.
  • Release — Change management, release approvals, and release automation.
  • Configure — Infrastructure configuration and management, and Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools.
  • Monitor — Performance monitoring of applications and the end-user experience.

Implementing DevSecOps Into Your Projects

Implementing DevSecOps into a project can be a daunting task. Proper infrastructure, team adoption, and implementation can go a long way to reducing project risk and increasing team and stakeholder feedback, ultimately giving the team the ability to deliver projects with the least amount of friction.

Phase 1: Technology and Process

We review your current software development processes, technologies, challenges, software development goals, and team skill sets to determine the best DevSecOps process for your organization.

Phase 2: Implementation

We set up the tools to support your efforts, automating relevant processes, and helping your organization adopt DevSecOps practices through hands-on training and documentation.

Phase 3: Monitoring and Maintenance

Post-implementation, we ensure monitoring is in place to allow the team to monitor and manage the entire DevSecOps process. We train DevSecOps managers to stand up new jobs, troubleshoot current jobs, and provide support to your team through the entire project lifecycle.



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