DevOps or DevSecOps (because security is job zero & everyone’s responsibility) is a set of practices that combines people, processes and tools to accelerate customer value delivery.
This might sound simple but it’s often hard just to get everyone to agree on a common definition of DevSecOps. Pulling your key people together and working towards common definitions, approaches, and ways to communicate is an amazing first step. Starting simple, getting wins and showing success before adding complexity is a sure way to gain momentum. That’s why we built the DevSecOps Accelerator!
Organizations that have embraced DevSecOps are experiences amazing value & benefits.
Start with designing your new DevSecOps architecture and processes and stand up your new environment. Then, deploy one of your workloads and train your team so they understand the end-to-end processes. If you do this, you will have clear alignment, proven capabilities, quick wins and the customer gets more value! Leverage core AWS capabilities and industry standards to streamline your processes and deliver value to your customers faster!
Zuggand’s DevSecOps Accelerator is designed to help you quickly map out your existing processes and clearly define where you want to go.
Identify where you are solid and where you need to improve. Focus on enabling your team and automating the areas currently slowing you down.
Continuous Integration (CI) focuses on blending the work products of individual developers together into a repository. Often, this is done several times each day, and the primary purpose is to enable early detection of integration bugs, which should eventually result in tighter cohesion and more development collaboration.
Continuous Delivery (CD) minimizes the friction points that are inherent in the deployment or release processes. Typically, the implementation involves automating each of the steps for build deployments such that a safe code release can be done—ideally—at any moment in time. Continuous deployment is a higher degree of automation, in which a build/deployment occurs automatically whenever a major change is made to the code.