There’s a wide variety of reasons why people are turning more and more to cloud computing. Read our in-depth guide and find out more about it.
CI/CD is a vital part of any modern development process, which aims to reduce any errors while simultaneously boosting productivity during the software development life cycle. Learn more about some the best CI/CD practices.
Businesses and organizations should strive to incorporate and maintain security levels in the DevOps process. That’s where DevSecOps steps in. Learn more about DevSecOps best practices.
Although DevOps and DevSecOps share similar aspects, there are still some things that make them differrent from one another. Learn more from our guide.
Dynamic application security testing, or DAST, is a set of tools that can help find application flaws and weaknesses by mimicking specific attacks. Learn more about it from our guide.
Static application security testing, or SAST, is a common testing methodology that helps analyzing source code and pinpoints software flaws and vulnerabilities. Read our guide to find out more about it.
In order to achieve the full potential of your software development process, you must follow the best practices, tools and workflows. One of those is CI/CD pipeline implementation. Learn more about it.
Almost all major companies use DevOps as a method of increasing and improving their efficiency and delivery. Read our guide and find out what DevOps is, and how it can benefit your business.
If you aim to build a successful app, you’ll need to know exactly what steps are involved in the building process. Learn more about the app development lifecycle.
The best thing for the advancement of DevOps is having source code that is openly distributed and freely modified. Here’s our take on some of the best open source DevOps tools.
In the world of software development there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Find out which methodology will work best for you - continuous integration or continuous delivery?
We dive deep into the key security terminology used to represent the most common types of vulnerability scanning tools used to reach this goal. Let’s talk about SAST, DAST and SCA.