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SecOps team member touching a security icon on a screen 5 SecOps Challenges and How to Overcome Them

SecOps, or security operations, is a collaboration between information security and IT operations to keep a company’s data secure and reduce risk, all while maintaining agile timelines. But it can be difficult to start. Here are five challenges you should address to ensure your SecOps implementation is successful.

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Gilad David Maayan
Colorful gears automating processes Continuous Automation, from Source Code to Production

Automation is necessary to achieve the benefits of DevOps principles, so teams may use automation at every step of software development. Depending on how frequently and confidently a team deploys code, they can use automation to enable continuous integration, continuous delivery, and, finally, continuous deployment.

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Deepak Vohra
Yellow and gray rulers Rethinking Your Measurement and Metrics for Agile and DevOps

In their transition to agile and DevOps, many teams forget they also need to update their measurement and metrics plan. Some measurements and metrics from the traditional waterfall software development lifecycle may remain useful, but many may not provide value—and some may even adversely impact progress toward goals.

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Michael Sowers
Evolution of light bulbs Making DevOps Evolution Happen

It takes effort to evolve an organization’s culture, processes, and technology to optimize performance for a DevOps environment, and it all comes down to the people. Large-scale mobilization requires a focus on people at all levels, empowering them to discover and make the changes that will help them most. Here's how.

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Helen Beal
Infinity sign in lights showing continuous testing 5 Steps to Stable Continuous Testing in DevOps

Continuous testing minimizes risk and ensures DevOps has the tools to deliver quality, modern code that is ready for the future. To fulfill this, you have to first understand the three types of personas in testing. Then, you'll know how to work with them to progress along the path toward achieving continuous testing.

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Eran Kinsbruner
Infinity sign made with a sparkler Key Enablers for Continuous Testing

Continuous testing means testing before, during, and after each software change is made. Testers have long advocated for this, but DevOps has made it more popular by pushing for rapid feedback and shifting testing left in the lifecycle. Here are three practices your company should embrace to enable continuous testing.

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Max Saperstone
Stacy Kirk DevOps Transformations for QA Teams: A Slack Takeover with Stacy Kirk

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. QA architect an agile coach Stacy Kirk, founder of QualityWorks Consulting Group LLC and nodeqa.io, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed improving teams by implementing DevOps practices.

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Kelly McGee
Signposts saying "Myth" and "Fact" Debunking 4 Myths of DevSecOps Adoption

DevSecOps means more secure applications through greater collaboration. However, many organizations hold preconceived notions and misconceptions about what DevSecOps is and why their organizations will face challenges in adopting it. Here are four common myths about DevSecOps transformation, along with the truth.

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Alan Crouch