What is SRE? Five Things You Need to Know…

This article was originally featured on the Dynatrace Blog. Click HERE to read the original article in its entirety. Site reliability engineering (SRE) is the practice of applying software engineering principles to operations and infrastructure processes to help organizations create…

Why Now is the Time for Continuous Testing

At DLT we have seen many examples of software development processes across many agencies, and unfortunately, most of them suffer from a lack of automated testing.  As a developer at heart, I find this particularly concerning as defect-free code is…

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…

Three Key Characteristics of DevSecOps

In previous articles on the GovDevSecOpsHub, we explored the evolution from traditional application development to the DevOps model, and then discussed the newest trend in development – DevSecOps. The movement towards DevSecOps is an important one that ensures that security…

 

 

 

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.