DevOps, Security

The Era of DevSecOps

The Rise of DevSecOps – A Game Changer for IT Ops

IT infrastructure has undergone significant changes in recent years. The major shift to dynamic provisioning, shared resources and cloud computing have reaped huge benefits around IT speed, agility and cost. This has helped to improve application development. The ability to deploy applications in the cloud and the move to agile and DevOps methodologies has improved both scale and speed.

DevOps (integrating development and IT operations) has helped with more frequent feature releases and significantly, increased application stability. DevSecOps is considered crucial as it introduces security at an early stage in the life cycle of application development thereby, minimizing vulnerabilities and bringing security closer to IT and business objectives.

Why DevSecOps?

DevSecOps is considered essential and crucial as more automation from the start reduces the chance of misadministration and errors which otherwise would often lead to downtime or attacks. There is less need for security architects to manually configure security consoles. When you integrate DevSecOps and DevOps, every developer and network administrator consider security as a priority when developing and deploying applications.

People are witnessing a cultural and technical shift towards a DevSecOps approach. This is helping enterprises address security threats more effectively, in real-time. You are required to embed security controls on a larger scale for scalability in the cloud. Continuous threat modeling and management of system builds are essential as technology-driven businesses are evolving at a rapid pace.

The Benefits of Adopting DevSecOps

Security protocols in the development process enable DevOps and security professionals to harness the power of agile methodologies. The safety measures that are inherent in DevSecOps have many other advantages which include greater speed and agility for security teams, an ability to respond to change and needs rapidly, better collaboration and communication among teams, more opportunities for automated builds and quality assurance testing and early identification of vulnerabilities in code.

With the adoption of DevSecOps, you yield several business benefits. They are:

  • Reduction of expenses and speed of delivery.
  • Security, Monitoring, Deployment check and notifying systems from the start of development.
  • DevSecOps supports a culture of openness and transparency right from the earliest stage.
  • Secure by design and the ability to measure.
  • Faster speed of recovery in the case of a security incident.
  • Faster response to change and shifting customer needs.
  • Improved overall security by enabling application development with security in mind instead of it as an afterthought.
  • Enhanced communications and collaboration between co-workers and different teams.

DevSecOps – The Path to Building Secure Applications

The crucial task of DevSecOps is to embed security in every part of the development process. It helps to automate core security tasks by embedding security controls and processes early in the DevOps workflow. For instance, security while migrating to Microservices, building out a CI/CD pipeline, compliance automation or simply testing Cloud infrastructure.


Making security an equal consideration alongside development and operations is of utmost importance for any organization involved in application development and distribution. The future for DevSecOps is bright and establishing proactive security that focuses on the customer experience and anticipates data breaches.

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