The Differences Between DevOps and DevSecOps and Why They Matter
In traditional DevOps, security concerns are addressed near the end of the development pipeline — which can lead to missed vulnerabilities or untested code. That’s why for DevSecOps to be effective, collaboration and integration must occur between developers and security professionals from the very beginning all the way through the development lifecycle, including the continuous security of application updates. They must share their unique expertise rather than work in silos.
That said, collaboration and automation underpin DevSecOps and become increasingly important as organizations move into multi-cloud environments where complexity heightens. The more teams can talk to each other and the more they can lean on trusted processes, the less risk for errors and incidents.
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