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The Top DevSecOps Resources You Should Be Reading This Weekend

Weekends are the perfect time to cozy up, relax, and catch up on reading. Don’t know where to start, or need some new DevSecOps material? Check out our top 3 picks below. 

1. 2019 DevSecOps Community Survey

The biggest DevSecOps survey to date, the DevSecOps Community Survey represents the voice of over 5,500 IT professionals. One thing made abundantly clear throughout the survey: DevSecOps investments are paying off in terms of cultural change management, automated tooling, training, and cybersecurity hygiene. Advances made by the most mature organizations since last year’s survey have given way to the newest distinction: the DevSecOps Elite. How does your organization fit?

2. Epic Failures in DevSecOps, Volume 1

Compiled and edited by Sonatype’s Mark Miller, this is a must-read for anyone in the DevSecOps community, no matter how far in your DevSecOps journey. Through short stories from expert practitioners like DJ Schleen, Edwin Kwan, and Caroline Wong, observe patterns you can learn from to safely push the boundaries of software development.

3. DevSecOps Reference Architectures

It’s always helpful to see what your peers are doing. How are they scaling their DevSecOps practices and using automated security within their toolchains - and how does your organization compare? You may end up learning something you could take back to your team, or further help validate the choices your enterprise is considering when shifting left. (P.S., DM us if you want to be included in this year's compilation)

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Written by Janie Gelfond

Janie serves as the Community Marketing Manager at Sonatype. After starting with the company as an intern, she has worked her way up and is now a core part of the team.