Do you DevSecOps?

Get the ingredients to the perfect DevSecOps recipe.

CA World 2017 in Las Vegas was a smashing success with many great discussions and sessions about everything from Continuous Testing to Continuous Delivery to IT Operations Management to Digital Experience Monitoring – all key components of the Modern Software Factory. But one the topics generating the most buzz was unequivocally, DevSecOps.

DevSecOps is the talk of the software development community because it emphasizes security as something that everyone in an organization be responsible for. To put it another way, security needs to be baked into the entire development process from the second you begin creating code, all the way through deployment and beyond.

Veracode, thought leaders in security and DevSecOps, and the newest addition to the CA Technologies family, joined CA World for the first time and had a strong presence at the event. Their Tech Talk area and demo booths were one of the most popular stops for attendees. In fact, many of the Tech Talk sessions were standing room only.

Given that security was the hottest topic in Las Vegas, not named Britney Spears, Celine Dion, or Boyz II Men, and the fact that both DevOps and DevSecOps as a practice are still relatively nascent in the IT world, we hit the show room floor during the event to find out how well people speak DevSecOps and made them answer the tough questions.

How do you get application security into the development process?  What ingredients go into the perfect DevSecOps recipe? When is the best time to begin testing?

Check out the video below to learn the answers to these questions and see how well you stack up against the experts.

Gabriel Martinez is a product marketing manager at CA Technologies. Focused on DevOps and Cloud,…


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