- DevSecOps’ barriers to adoption include culture clashes between teams and technical challenges.
- Emerging tools are beginning to appear among traditional platform providers and startups.
The move to microservices-based apps has unleashed a flood of new DevOps and GitOps platforms in recent months aimed at helping enterprise operations and developer teams create continuous integration and continuous development pipelines for streamlining the deployment of advanced apps within complex processes. Efforts to spin off new app architectures, including Kubernetes clusters, require configurations between networking, security, and provisioning of computing. This need involves the developer as part of a ‘shift left and GitOps’ movement taking place over the past 18 months, spurred by the need to automate continuous delivery and operations of apps and infrastructure. However, progress toward this effort has been slow.Continue reading “DevSecOps is Now Ops’ Greatest Digitization Challenge”