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Yozy Technologies LLP | IT Consulting & Services Company
Anissa  Beier

Anissa Beier


Top 9 DevSecOps Tools

In this article, we will learn about Top DevSecOps Tools and How to Orchestrate Them with Opsera. DevSecOps, a combination of "DevOps" and "Security," is an approach to software development that builds on the practices of DevOps and integrates a focus on security practices. This helps ensure that your products are secure and that vulnerabilities are tackled early in your software development process.

The goal is to create a secure pipeline that reflects actual business requirements while increasing speed and agility. Organizations can move faster and still be safe by taking an agile approach to DevOps and adding security controls. 

In this article, you'll learn more about DevSecOps, including why making your entire organization more secure is essential. You'll also learn about tools you can use for each step in a sample DevSecOps toolchain. See how Opsera makes it easy to orchestrate any security tools into a cohesive system for keeping your organization safe from cyberattacks to simple human error threats.

Why is DevSecOps Critical?

DevSecOps helps shift security left, ensuring that it's baked into the development process from the beginning, not viewed as something that slows development or left as a last-minute afterthought. By breaking down the traditional silos of development and security, DevSecOps allows developers and security professionals to work together towards a common goal, accelerating the development timeline while maintaining robust security practices. 

Done well, DevSecOps reduces friction between developers and security professionals. By building automated security checks into your development pipeline, your team can find potential vulnerabilities earlier in the build process, when they're still relatively isolated and easy to debug. This results in more secure software and a faster development cycle.


The Difference Between DevOps and DevSecOps

While DevOps and DevSecOps may appear similar in that they both aim to improve the efficiency of the software development process, there are also some significant differences.

*DevOps* is a software development technique and an organizational culture shift that automates and integrates the efforts of development and IT operations teams—two organizations that have traditionally worked separately or in silos—to create higher-quality software faster. 

*DevSecOps* emphasizes security through the entire development cycle, rather than focusing on application security only after deployment has occurred. It automates security integration at every stage of the software development lifecycle, from initial design to integration, testing, deployment, and software delivery.

Security Tools Needed to Implement DevSecOps

DevSecOps tools have taken over the world of secure software development, with developers and security operations teams adopting them to help prevent errors in their application code. The following list presents the top categories of these DevSecOps tools.

Software Composition Analysis (SCA) Tools

Software composition analysis tools examine programs for faults in open source code. These faults might include security vulnerabilities, open source software licenses, and quality issues. SCA solutions have reporting capabilities and the ability to create a software bill of materials (SBOM).

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) Tools

SAST tools examine source code to find vulnerabilities and security defects before they're deployed into production, enabling organizations to accelerate their release cycles while maintaining security standards and reducing risk.

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) Tools

DAST is a black-box testing approach for detecting application vulnerabilities from an attacker's perspective without access to the source code. They replicate typical attack paths and simulate how attackers could see and exploit problems. Because it's automated and easy to combine with other DevOps technologies, DAST is a fantastic technique to check application security in testing or staging environments.

Dynamic application security testing solutions can automatically perform security testing on running applications, testing for some real threats. These tools test a web application's HTTP and HTML interfaces.

Container Scanners

Container scanning tools are software that scans containers for vulnerabilities to keep track of risks in an organization's environment. These tools ensure that containerized applications are secure before deployment and offer capabilities such as firewalling and recognizing anomalies based on behavioral analytics.

Container scanners may also be used to identify whether the software has been modified in a way that makes it dangerous or unusable.


Vault is used to store secrets, allowing you to safeguard sensitive data such as API keys, passwords, certificates, and more. Vaults offer firm access control, thorough audit logs, and a single interface for all secrets throughout your infrastructure.

Using Security Tools Independently Vs. Orchestrating Them With Opsera

A common problem with DevSecOps tools is that you don't just have to pick the ones that will work best for a given use case, but the ones that will work for your use case and integrate with your existing workflows. Your tools all need to work together within a secure system, which can mean that your team is forced to use second-choice tools because they'll integrate well or waste time writing glue code just to get things to work. 

Opsera pipelines provide a native connection with not just the DevSecOps tools mentioned in this piece but nearly a hundred popular tools. Users can design pipelines simply by dragging and dropping as establish security governance levels within the pipeline. This empowers your team to use the tools they want and allows them to focus on creating great software, not making their pipelines work.

Opsera also integrates directly with your CI/CD tools to provide real-time visibility into the security posture of each release and get actionable intelligence. 

Top DevSecOps Tools

The DevSecOps toolchain comprises several tools to help with automation, application monitoring, and more. These tools are essential to the DevSecOps methodology because they allow teams to quickly and easily integrate changes or improve existing code.

Prisma Cloud

Prisma Cloud, formerly Twistlock, is among the first cloud-native security platforms. It provides complete coverage over your hosts, containers, and serverless — all in one place. Prisma Cloud helps you eliminate blind spots in your cloud security, achieve perfect compliance, and address risks proactively.

Prisma Cloud is famous for its smooth integration with CI/CD pipelines and infrastructure as code setups. It provides excellent visibility in multi-cloud environments and supports most cloud providers. It offers an excellent user interface and a world-class API integration experience.


Aqua is a cloud security solution that automates threat detection across hybrid cloud environments. Aqua has full CI/CD integration and offers built-in integration capabilities with popular DevOps tools such as Jenkins and Docker. It also provides integrated support for Kubernetes clusters and native support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 containers, and automated patching via Puppet. The system is built for automated security, with full CI/CD integration and thorough scanning in real-time settings. It also supports a vulnerability management procedure that covers detection, remediation, testing, and deployment.


Checkmarx is an automated security testing SAST platform that performs dynamic analysis of applications during runtime to pinpoint vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities can lead to SQL injections or cross-site scripting (XSS). The platform integrates with existing CI/CD pipelines so that developers can fix issues before deployment into production.

This tool provides enterprises with highly accurate, user-configurable automatic scans of uncompiled source code. You allow them to uncover hundreds of potential security vulnerabilities in the most common coding languages and frameworks.


Sysdig is used for monitoring and troubleshooting your infrastructure and can also alert you to anomalies. It can help you detect compromised machines, malicious activity on your network, unauthorized changes to configuration files, and other potential threats.

Teams can use Sysdig to secure their build, detect and respond to threats, track performance, and continuously validate configurations and compliance.


SonarQube is a code quality management platform that allows you to monitor code quality and security, track metrics for both, and automate measuring your work. 

SonarQube is another SAST tool that offers an easy-to-use interface, making it simple to analyze and visualize your codebase. You can run automated checks on everything from object-oriented design flaws like dead code or duplicate functionality to security issues like injection vulnerabilities.


Fortify is an application security platform that enables organizations to automate their application security strategies. It has applications in areas such as DevSecOps, cloud transformation, software supply chains, and more. 

Fortify is a powerful SAST and DAST tool for analyzing source code for vulnerabilities. It classifies code quality issues in terms of their security impact on the system as a whole, and has a powerful prioritization feature that reduces the noise and helps ensure that you work on the most critical issues first. By combining the powers of dynamic and static analysis, Fortify helps you gain valuable risk metrics and see an accurate picture of your security status.


Blackduck is an open-source SCA (software composition analysis) tool that is now owned by Synopsys. It reduces open source security risks by helping you analyze all available open-source components to detect any vulnerabilities, compliance risks, or code-quality issues within them.

Blackduck also alerts you whenever a new vulnerability is identified in any of your open-source components. Blackduck helps you and your organization understand and better manage the risks associated with using open-source software. 


Coverity is a proprietary SAST tool by Synopsys. Coverity is highly effective in finding software bugs by identifying software weaknesses (CWEs) that include buffer overflow, handler errors, and more. Coverity helps you address security and quality issues earlier in your SDLC, allowing you to reduce risk across the application.

Coverity has a high detection rate, and integrates seamlessly with most CI/CD pipelines. Though false positives are uncommon, auditing the findings and marking false positives is easy with the tool. It is a quick and complete solution for most programming languages.


Jenkins is a continuous integration and server-based tool that allows you to automate repetitive tasks. It helps you increase security and reduce time spent on manual tests. It can also work with custom open source software, which makes it easy for users to set up their private build servers.

DevSecOps teams use Jenkins because it allows them to automate security-related tasks. Security teams use Jenkins plugins to run static analysis against code changes and automatically generate an application’s usage policy. Security must collaborate with DevOps stakeholders to integrate their requirements into existing pipelines.


The rise of modern applications means regulators will scrutinize software development more closely. DevSecOps tools could make all the difference in developing a dependable, secure, and compliant software solution for clients or stakeholders.

However, managing a DevSecOps toolchain can be challenging. Integrating these tools into your workflow takes work, connecting them to other parts of your software development process, and, even more, working on using those integrations.

Some common challenges include:

* Finding ways to provide security at all points in the software lifecycle, from design through deployment. Friction between security and development needs can result in both teams feeling that their work is being deprioritized. 

* Not having the time or resources to implement a fully-fledged DevSecOps toolchain. This can lead to developers spending too much time writing glue code or performing manual testing instead of automating testing and deployment.

* Keeping up with the rapidly changing landscape of DevSecOps tools. Integrating new tools into your existing toolchain can be challenging, and developers struggle when toolsets differ among teams due to a lack of standards and training.

That's where Opsera comes in. Opsera integrates with all of the DevSecOps tools you already use, letting you monitor the status of your security operations program through a single interface. It helps you automate your DevSecOps pipeline and manage all the tools and processes required to run it smoothly. 

With Opsera, you can see how each tool in your DevSecOps toolchain is performing and troubleshooting issues quickly using integrated log data and real-time monitoring tools. Opsera also offers a web-based portal where you can view your resources in a single location—including logs, metrics, health checks, Docker registry information, alerts, and schedules—so you can quickly see how everything works together. 

The visibility makes finding and fixing security issues much more manageable, using a DevSecOps orchestration tool like Opsera.  Having visibility across the supply chain and repairing security issues in production can be dramatically reduced and cost-saving.

Original article sourced at: https://www.opsera.io


Top 9 DevSecOps Tools

Enterprise DevSecOps Accelerator Platform - Devozy

It's high time for enterprises to shift their corporate culture to adopt principles like concurrent collaboration, open-minded communication, and endless innovation! #Devozy is the leading DevOps Accelerator platform that enables digital transformation for various enterprises. It streamlines the release cycle, boosts developer productivity, and maximizes ROI. Contact us now: https://devozy.yozytech.com/

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Enterprise DevSecOps Accelerator Platform - Devozy
Mia  King

Mia King


What Is DevSecOps? and Ideas Of DevSecOps

What is DevSecOps? As teams adopt Continuous Delivery, DevOps, CI/CD for software development, being able to create systems that are safe and secure at speed, with great feedback and with high-quality becomes ever more important.

Using software engineering disciplines like Continuous Delivery to help improve software design is centred around creating a reliable and repeatable approach to delivering change. If you have security concerns that define the releasability of your systems, how can you employ these proven techniques that allow us to create “Better Software, Faster” to ensure that the security of your systems is not only not compromised, but improved.

In this episode Dave Farley leads us through an introduction to the ideas of DevSecOps, a kind of DevSecOps for beginners, and positions it in the broader context of Continuous Delivery, to help even experts see how to position DevSecOps and where to focus.

#devsecops #devops #cd 

What Is DevSecOps? and Ideas Of DevSecOps
Code  Camp

Code Camp


Learn DevSecOps - Full Course for Beginners

Web App Vulnerabilities - DevSecOps Course for Beginners

In this DevSecOps course, you will learn how to take advantage of common web vulnerabilities, how to fix those vulnerabilities, and how to use DevSecOps tools to make sure your applications (and containers) are secure. You will also learn all about DevSecOps.

💻 Get the goof example app shown in this course: https://github.com/snyk/goof 

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (00:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (00:00:29) What is DevSecOps?
⌨️ (00:01:12) Vulnerabilities
⌨️ (00:08:11) DevOps vs DevSecOps
⌨️ (00:14:02) Software Project Iceberg
⌨️ (00:15:25) Importance of DevSecOps
⌨️ (00:17:45) Exploiting Common Web App Vulnerabilities
⌨️ (00:37:53) Finding and Fixing Vulnerabilities with Snyk Code
⌨️ (00:49:01) Exploring Vulnerabilities Using the Snyk Web Interface
⌨️ (00:52:22) Securing Containers (featuring Eric Smalling)
⌨️ (01:28:31) Conclusion

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Learn DevSecOps - Full Course for Beginners

The Important Role Of DevSecOps for Your Security

DevSecOps is an extension of DevOps that emphasizes security automation and cooperation across the organization. More than just hype, DevSecOps is a crucial addition to your organization's development and deployment processes, especially given the range of ransomware groups, industrial spies, identity thieves, and other attackers plaguing today's cyberworld. In this article, you will learn how DevSecOps extends familiar DevOps tools and processes to help cross-functional teams work together on the design and implementation of security policies and procedures.

⭐️You can see more at the link at the end of the article. Thank you for your interest in the blog, if you find it interesting, please give me a like, comment and share to show your support for the author.


The Important Role Of DevSecOps for Your Security
Edureka Fan

Edureka Fan


DevSecOps Tutorial for Beginners

DevSecOps Tutorial for Beginners  | What is DevSecOps | DevOps Training

This Edureka video explains "what is DevSecOps" in a simple comprehensive fashion. DevSecOps is an amalgamation of Development, Operations, and Security wherein the security aspect is baked through your DevOps process and not just integrated at the end of the Software Development Life Cycle.

00:00 Introduction
00:55 Why DevSecOps?
02:10 What is DevSecOps?
06:05 Principles of DevSecOps
09:00 Advantages of DevSecOps
11:10 Implementing DevSecOps
13:49 Testing & Tools

#devops #devsecops


DevSecOps Tutorial for Beginners
Edureka Fan

Edureka Fan


Implementing secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps | DevOps Training

This Edureka video explains “Implementing secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps” in a simple comprehensive fashion. DevSecOps is an amalgamation of Development, Operations, and Security wherein the security aspect is baked through your DevOps process and not just integrated at the end of the Software Development Life Cycle.

#devsecops #devops

Implementing secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps | DevOps Training
Nella  Brown

Nella Brown


How DevSecOps Can Replace DevOps To Offer Better Security

Is it the right time to upgrade yourself?

DevSecOps is a practice that integrates by securing a product into a DevOps workflow. If your enterprise establishes DevSecOps as its foundation, you can focus on building great software while still upholding security measures to protect your users. Moreover, the funny thing is that if the approach to DevOps had done better from the beginning, the security issues would have never appeared.

Security is often the first thing to be forgotten, but the results are disastrous when it’s done wrong. Inadequate security is the cause of many of today’s data breaches. DevSecOps is a new way to protect your application by replacing it with DevOps.

While security is considered one of the most critical aspects of projects, it is also one that is often overlooked. This is especially true for production software, where operational and cyber-resilience are key to long-term success. The other key factor in achieving DevSecOps adoption and deployment is the present mindset of developers who are focused primarily on functional requirements.

#security #devops #devsecops

How DevSecOps Can Replace DevOps To Offer Better Security
Nels  Franecki

Nels Franecki


First Known Malware Targeting Windows Containers to Compromise Cloud Environment

Siloscape is the first detected malware targeted at Kubernetes clusters on Windows containers. This article explains the operational technique of this malware and ways to prevent your Kubernetes cluster from being compromised by such malware.

_This article was originally published on The Chief I/O: _First Known Malware Targeting Windows Containers to Compromise Cloud Environment — Siloscape

From Hildegard malware that compromised Tesla’s clusters to the recent malware from TeamTNT that has compromised nearly 50000 clusters, the most popular container orchestrator, Kubernetes, has recently been a prime target of threat actors. This can be associated with the massive adoption of the technology in recent years.

However, the new malware, Siloscope, is different from the known malware targeted at Kubernetes clusters on Linux containers — being the most common operating system used in cloud environments. Siloscope is designed to aim at Windows containers precisely.

In a report published by a Palo Alto Network, a renowned cybersecurity firm, the Unit 42 researcher explains that he named the malware “Siloscape” because the malware intends to escape a Windows container through a server silo.

#docker #cloud-native #kubernetes #devsecops #cybersecurity

First Known Malware Targeting Windows Containers to Compromise Cloud Environment
Edureka Fan

Edureka Fan


Implementing Secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps | DevOps Training

This Edureka video explains “Implementing secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps” in a simple comprehensive fashion. DevSecOps is an amalgamation of Development, Operations, and Security wherein the security aspect is baked through your DevOps process and not just integrated at the end of the Software Development Life Cycle.

#devsecops #devops

Implementing Secure CI-CD Pipelines with DevSecOps | DevOps Training
Zara  Bryant

Zara Bryant


Implementing DevSecOps using GitHub Advanced Security and Dependabot

Check out all of the Azure DevOps Documentation on Microsoft Docs. Collaborate on software development through source control, work tracking, and continuous integration and delivery, both on-premises and in the cloud!


#devsecops #using github #security

Implementing DevSecOps using GitHub Advanced Security and Dependabot
Desmond  Gerber

Desmond Gerber


Deep Dive Into DevSecOps: Heroku Flow Edition

With the proliferation of agile product development models, industry experts from all levels have come to appreciate the value of incremental releases. However, there is also an expectation that each release cycle will maintain and improve the reliability and security of the product being delivered.

As a developer or engineer, your challenge is to implement security best practices without slowing down development or delaying your release dates. This article will illustrate several ways to include security practices in your development lifecycle to prevent critical issues later, and without slowing you down.

I’ll use  Heroku Flow as an example flow to show how these security practices (or DevSecOps) can be integrated into your CI/CD practice, though the practices can be used in almost any common scenario.

What is DevSecOps?

DevSecOps is the philosophy of integrating security best practices early in the product development process. With DevSecOps, security is not treated as an isolated process or separate feature, but rather as an integral part of your development lifecycle. Automation helps you identify and fix security problems early, ideally before merging the application code to the main branch of the code repository.

Some examples of DevSecOps practices include scanning repositories for security vulnerabilities, early threat modeling, security design reviews, static code analysis, and code reviews.

Enter Heroku Flow

Heroku Flow provides a comprehensive CI/CD solution for Heroku-based applications. It seamlessly ties together several services (Heroku Pipelines, Review Apps, Heroku CI, and GitHub integrations) in a single view, giving engineers greater visibility to each code release— from a pull request to the production drop.

( Click here for an animation of Heroku Flow workflow from initial commit to production_)_

As the animation above shows, automated tests will run in_Heroku CI_when pull requests are created. Heroku CI is a cloud continuous integration tool from Heroku; it can either automatically detect the language and run default commands (e.g. npm test) or can be configured via the app.json file. CI results are available in both the pull request details in GitHub and the Heroku interface.

#devsecops #devops #heroku #cicd #github #security

Deep Dive Into DevSecOps: Heroku Flow Edition
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala


Overcome Cloud & Serverless Security Challenges. Join Security Experts at InfoQ Live

What is DevSecOps? How does it relate to DevOps? And what does it solve? Learn practical advice from world-class DevSecOps and application security professionals at  InfoQ Live on Tuesday, June 22nd, about how you can overcome security challenges in the Cloud, especially in serverless architectures.

Register now and you will receive a gift pass that you can share with someone on your team or with a friend. You’ll also get exclusive access to all talks on-demand after the event, allowing you to revisit any of the sessions or watch any of the talks that you missed.

Learn from world-class software professionals and get real-world advice you can implement.

eBPF - Superpowers for Cloud Native Operations by Liz Rice, Chief Open Source Officer @isovalent

eBPF has been called “Superpowers for Linux”. In this talk, Liz Rice discusses why eBPF is a foundational technology for a new generation of cloud native networking, security and observability tools, and cover questions such as:

  • What is eBPF?
  • How is it unleashing a new wave of innovation in the Linux kernel?
  • How does it enable detailed insights into application behaviour, without having to modify applications in any way?
  • What can we do with eBPF in the cloud today?

#devsecops #infoq live #development #devops #news

Overcome Cloud & Serverless Security Challenges. Join Security Experts at InfoQ Live
Zara  Bryant

Zara Bryant


Tools for DevSecOps on GitHub and Azure

Supporting security for your DevOps people, processes and products is a challenge in any organization. Learn how using GitHub Actions and GitHub integration with Azure Services can help your team build workflows that enable continuous delivery while integrating security and governance. We’ll cover best practices like policy compliance and container scanning, and show you some new tools and services that can support them.

Guest: Steven Murawski
Steven Murawski is a Principal Cloud Advocate and leader of the DevOps advocacy team. Steven has worked on both the Dev and Ops sides of the house, most recently as a Principal Engineer at Chef, building tools for operating applications and infrastructure at scale and velocity.

View more Launch Space episodes at https://aka.ms/thelaunchspace

#github #devsecops #azure #security

Tools for DevSecOps on GitHub and Azure