Successful DevSecOps practices encompass people, processes, tools, and measurement.
But where should you start, how can you validate your existing practices, and what are the possibilities? This reference architecture file helps also you answer the following questions:
- Where can we further automate manual, security, and business tasks?
- What DevSecOps tools and integrations are others deploying?
- What interactions do we need to be aware of or map out?
View, modify, and save a version customized to your needs. Our draw.io file format can be used with draw.io, Visio, and Lucidchart. A static PDF version is also available.
Once downloaded, you will be able to use our DevSecOps reference architecture tool to:
- frame your needs to know where to start the design process.
- guide your decisions using a stripped-down, tiered approach to tools.
- visualize how teams of people will work together to develop a final product.
- understand terminology thanks to a comprehensive glossary and cross-reference document.
Who can benefit from our DevSecOps reference architecture file?
Anyone who works in software development. Whether you are only beginning your journey as a developer or are a veteran who’s seen it all, you will find this file useful for its comprehensive glossary and guide-like approach to DevSecOps architecture.
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What are a few learning resources for help getting started?For more information, check out our 40 DevSecOps reference architecture case studies and examples. Read them all to find out:
- How are businesses incorporating security automation within their DevOps pipelines?
- What types of DevSecOps tools and integrations were being implemented by different organizations in 2019?
- How do your decisions measure up when you contemplate the process of moving security to an earlier stage?
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