In this tutorial, we will learn DevSevOps when “infrastructure as code” meets “security as code”. This other set of skills often pit the application developers against the infrastructure administrators and InfoSec professionals.
If you are a technology leader like me with responsibilities for successful launches of mission-critical applications that help enterprises leap into the cutting edge of the digital business revolution, you will be able to relate to this article. Traditionally, there were a set of hard skills required for leading such a mission that involved getting the system architecture and software design right early, mentoring and managing the engineering resources, and tracking and reporting the progress to the satisfaction of the business analysts who put together the requirements and the stakeholders who funded the projects. Those skills, while hard, were largely deterministic and manageable vs another set of skills required to ensure that the built applications come alive in production environments, and run reliably and securely thereafter. This other set of skills often pit the application developers against the infrastructure administrators and InfoSec professionals. They were also typically viewed as the “last mile” in the journey to go live with any application, and can be only be developed by understanding the following patterns that govern the dynamics of interaction:
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