Tag: DevSecOps

Here you will find all the articles with the tag: DevSecOps.

‘Automation and DevSecOps ensure the fastest cloud migrations’

‘Automation and DevSecOps ensure the fastest cloud migrations’

In the past year, cloud adoption has grown by 25 percent. Nearly three-quarters of IT organizations run the majority of their workloads in the cloud. The fastest growers are embracing DevSecOps and security automation. That's what Palo Alto Networks concludes in a recent survey. Annually, Palo A... Read more

date9 months ago
NTT Application Security launches Vantage Prevent for app testing

NTT Application Security launches Vantage Prevent for app testing

NTT Application Security launches Vantage Prevent, a solution for testing applications in the development phase. The tool is part of the WhiteHat Vantage Platform. Vantage Prevent helps companies with dynamic application security testing (DAST). This allows developers to test applications for vu... Read more

date9 months ago
Micro Focus launches tools for deeper DevSecOps integration

Micro Focus launches tools for deeper DevSecOps integration

Micro Focus introduces tools to its CyberRes portfolio that allow developers to more directly apply automated DevSecOps and security to their application development process. The addition of Micro Focus' Fortify Scan pipe and FortifyToolInstaller offers developers the ability to dynamically inst... Read more

date11 months ago
JetBrains launches Kotlin Basics

JetBrains launches Kotlin Basics

JetBrains Academy launched Kotlin Basics, an introductory free program for the popular Android apps language. The program aims to teach interested students the language to apply in devs and other pertinent projects. In the Kotlin Basics program, students will get an introduction to the language ... Read more

date1 year ago
Microsoft releases the last preview of its .NET 6 and c#10

Microsoft releases the last preview of its .NET 6 and c#10

Microsoft has released preview 7 of its .NET 6 developer platform and reported that the new features are 'done.' The news comes ahead of an expected arrival in November for this long-term support version. The current version, .NET 5.0 is only supported to May 2022, whereas .NET 6.0 will have sup... Read more

date1 year ago
Sophos acquires Refactr to automate enterprise  code security

Sophos acquires Refactr to automate enterprise code security

This acquisition opens a new chapter in enterprise code security with the unique CI/CD pipeline, which allows for close collaboration between cybersecurity teams and developers. Sophos Group PLC, a provider of cybersecurity, recently made waves when it acquired the startup Refactr.Inc. This S... Read more

date1 year ago
Appian extends low-code platform with low-code data

Appian extends low-code platform with low-code data

Appian has announced the latest version of its Low-code Automation Platform. The company has made a number of improvements, including simplifying database integration. The Low-code Automation Platform serves as a simple way to automate business processes. Users need little programming knowledge ... Read more

date1 year ago
DevOps teams are increasingly using CI/CD techniques

DevOps teams are increasingly using CI/CD techniques

DevOps teams have begun to make more intensive use of advanced technology to improve DevSecOps deployment and achieve faster software releases and more powerful automation. This is according to research from GitLab, conducted between January and March 2021 among nearly 4,300 respondents, 20 perc... Read more

date1 year ago
VMware unveils Tanzu Advanced and Project Iris

VMware unveils Tanzu Advanced and Project Iris

The new Tanzu product aims to add more focus on DevSecOps. This week, VMware announced the addition of a new product to its Tanzu platform for building and managing modern container-based applications. The new product is called VMware Tanzu Advanced. The company says this new addition builds ... Read more

date2 years ago
Businesses being forced to deploy vulnerable applications

Businesses being forced to deploy vulnerable applications

According to new research, many businesses are being forced to deploy apps with vulnerabilities because of time and economic pressure. The deployments have created many opportunities for cybercriminals to thrive. Synopsys, a silicon design firm, did the survey which found that cybersecurity and ... Read more

date2 years ago
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