- The transition to DevOps is accompanied by a shift away from monolithic architectures, and toward those that are composed of a network of more agile components.
- The popularity of Kubernetes, alongside Docker as part of a containerized infrastructure, is directly related to some of these shifts.
- Many DevSecOps teams now work on the assumption that every piece of software will be vulnerable, and focus on protecting other pieces of software from the consequences of this.
- The move toward distributed clouds and cloud-first software development has made DevOps teams much more flexible than traditional approaches when it comes to software development and management.
Over the past few years, DevOps and DevSecOps have revolutionized the way that many firms approach software development and management. The terms have become so frequently used, in fact, that they have become a euphemism for well planned and executed software development.
While it’s important to recognize the value of both DevOps and DevSecOps, however, they are not one-size-fits-all, monolithic, permanent paradigms. Instead, both approaches are developing within themselves, and what DevSecOps looks like this year may be quite different from next year.
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