DevOps teams seeking greater application performance and easier scalability should examine their data engine.
It's challenging to figure out which security vulnerabilities you need to fix first. Here are some guidelines to help you decide.
How do you close the DevSecOps infinite loop? By ensuring that security information continuously flows among all team members: dev, ops, and security.
Organizations must implement security and compliance earlier in the development cycle, and it's not an either-or choice. Here are some ways to do...
AI and automation can be used to take competitive advantage of multi-cloud while managing privacy and security effectively and efficiently.
Decision point! Confronted with countless pressures, IT leaders struggle to prioritize vital transformation strategies. It is a dilemma: Where...
Migrating from legacy systems that are often patched with digital duct tape is not easy. Johnathan Hunt looks at securing your app modernization...
There is no one-stop shop for handling supply chain attack threats. Better protection of credentials is a start. There are other steps OSS...
Will the prospect of another massive security vulnerability such as Log4Shell drive open-source regulation? If it does, how will it control open...
Modernizing COBOL mainframe apps has become easier now that they can now host containers and work with a new generation of development tools.

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