DevSecOps Delivers the Benefits of “Interchangeable Parts” to Government Application Development

This article was authored by Chris Yates, a Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat, and originally published on the IBM Center for the Business of Government. Read the original article in its entirety by clicking HERE. Eli Whitney, famed inventor…

Autonomous Cloud Enablement – Three Waves of DevOps Transformation

Government software and application development has historically been a slow process that often resulted in unwieldy legacy systems that were delivered past their deadlines and over budget. Worse, many of these purpose-built systems were often obsolete by the time they…

Increasing Resilience by Embracing Chaos Engineering

This article was authored by Caitlin Stanford, the Global Digital Marketing Manager at Eggplant, and was originally published on the Eggplant blog. Uptime is the performance measure customers and service users judge you on. But in today’s interconnected world, a…

What the New NIST Guidance Means for Embedding Security into DevOps

The conversation about hardening the software and technology used in the public sector is an age-old one, but it continues to be important. Agencies must be able to trust the technology they use both day-to-day and in critical situations. But…

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Three-Step Threat Modeling Process for More Secure Services

This article was originally written by Robert Reichel for the GitHub blog. To see the…

Adopt Static Analysis and Automation in Baby Steps

So far, 2020 has been a challenging year. As more of us work remotely from…

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An Ounce of Prevention – Coding Standards and an Engineering Approach to Software

Software moved from the desktop to just about everything we touch. From smart thermostats, to…

The Infinite Game of Software Development Thru DevSecOps

In his latest book “The Infinite Game,” Simon Sinek, an inspirational speaker on leadership, empathy,…

DevSecOps Delivers the Benefits of “Interchangeable Parts” to Government Application Development

This article was authored by Chris Yates, a Senior Solutions Architect at Red Hat, and…

Autonomous Cloud Enablement – Three Waves of DevOps Transformation

Government software and application development has historically been a slow process that often resulted in…

Increasing Resilience by Embracing Chaos Engineering

This article was authored by Caitlin Stanford, the Global Digital Marketing Manager at Eggplant, and…

What the New NIST Guidance Means for Embedding Security into DevOps

The conversation about hardening the software and technology used in the public sector is an…

Lauren Knausenberger on the Role Personnel Plays in Driving DevSecOps Adoption

To embrace DevSecOps within an organization, there needs to fundamental changes to processes and culture.…

In DevSecOps, Continuous Learning Equals Continuous Fun

On DLT’s ContinuousX Podcast Series we finish each episode by asking the guests, “if you…

Kubernetes 101: What it is and How it Works

Kubernetes (also known as k8s or “kube”) is an open-source container orchestration platform that automates many of the…

Katie Arrington discusses making development move at the speed of relevance

Historically, the advent of Agile development increased the ability of software developers to create apps…

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We launched GovDevSecOpsHub to focus on the next evolution of application development, DevSecOps, which brings cybersecurity teams and tools into the development process sooner so that applications are more secure and safeguarded against cyber threats.

In  GovDevSecOpsHub we’ll look at the evolution from traditional software and application development to the DevOps model. We’ll talk about the importance of moving from DevOps to DevSecOps. We’ll highlight the technologies and cultural changes necessary to make this shift happen. And we’ll profile government organizations and executives that are the “boots on the ground” as the government pivots towards the DevSecOps model.