Diving into DevSecOps w/ John Willis
What does DevSecOps mean at the developer team level? John Willis joins me on the Dev Interrupted podcast to talk about how teams can start shifting security left.
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DevSecOps is one of those buzzwords that can mean a lot of things or nothing at all. But where DevOps helped us gain a more holistic understanding of our delivery pipeline, DevSecOps does the same for our security efforts. Over the next two episodes of Dev Interrupted I explore what DevSecOps actually means to dev teams with John Willis.
What Does DevSecOps Mean...
John Willis is a legendary DevOps speaker, mentor and author of The DevOps Handbook. He even helped coin the term DevSecOps. But what does DevSecOps really mean? In this special 2-part DevSecOps series John and I take a DevSecOps journey from the origin of the term all the way to how software developers at the team level can implement the practice.
In this 2-part series of Dev Interrupted you'll learn:
- What DevSecOps means at the team-level
- First steps for implementing DevSecOps strategies at your organization
- Why it's critical to start thinking about security more holistically
- The difference between Security, Compliance, Governance & Risk
- What is coming next for software development security
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John Willis joined us for a live-chat AMA to talk about the DevSecOps, having a holistic security mindset, and the difference in security practices between scale-ups and enterprises. Catch up on the conversation asynchronously >> https://discord.gg/tpkmwM6c3g
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