DevSecOps! Framework that provides Conducive Security
Devops has established itself as an effective software development methodology, DevSecOps comes in with a better strategy to ensure security throughout the software application development and operations lifecycle in most of the organizations
Scurity checks are carried out by development team only after the development process. This strategy can result in a high number of faults and vulnerable security apps. However, half of organizations knowingly release risky code due to deadline constraints. When security is not integrated into every phase of the development process, it resulted in bottlenecks that slowed down both new application rollouts and old program updates.
DevSecOps teams may address these concerns early on by using automated testing, before any flaws become greater problems. Enhancing the end-user experience while also increasing the overall success of a development pipeline is a main motto.
From testing for potential security exploits to designing business-driven security services, a DevSecOps framework that uses tools specifically designed to ensure security is built into applications from the beginning rather than being bolted on haphazardly afterwards.
DevSecOps practices can help enterprises improve security, compliance and development discipline without losing code quality.
Data security has always been crucial for dev teams to be vigilent about, but recently it has grown to be even more vital. As a result, DevSecOps acceptance is increasing, though it’s still gaining traction as a best practice for developing safe, high-quality code.
The global DevSecOps market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 32.2%, with revenue rising from $2.55 billion in 2020 to a projected $23.42 billion by 2028.
Top players in the DevSecOps market include AutoRabit, CA Technologies, MicroFocus, IBM, Synopsys, Microsoft, Google, Threat Modeler, Dome9, Palo Alto Networks, CyberArk, Qualys, Chef Software, Contrast Security, Entersoft.