The Rise of GitOps: Automating Deployment and Improving Reliability

GitOps is a relatively new approach to software delivery that has been gaining popularity in recent years. It is a set of practices for managing and deploying infrastructure and applications using Git as the single source of truth. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of GitOps, its key benefits, and some examples…

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DecSecOps: Integrating Security into DevOps – Part 9 – The Final – Application Security and Immutable Infrastructure for DevSecOps

This is a final series to conclude and summarize the key topics covered in previous 8 blogs: DevSecOps is an approach to software development that emphasizes integrating security into every stage of the software development lifecycle. Application security and immutable infrastructure are two key practices that can help organizations achieve this goal. Application Security Application…

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DevSecOps: Integrating Security into DevOps – Part 3

Continuing from my previous blog, let’s explore some more advanced topics related to DevSecOps implementation. Shift-Left Testing One of the key concepts in DevSecOps is shift-left testing. This means shifting security testing as far left in the software development process as possible. This helps identify security issues early in the development process, which is much…

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NDepend–VSTS/Azure DevOps Integration–Part 01

In my previous article I wrote an introductory about NDepend and how it will be useful for Agile Team to ensure code quality. In that article we found how we can use NDepend in a developer machine. Now with this article we will familiarize ourselves in using NDepend in your build automation pipeline in your…

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Introduction to NDepend : Static Code Analysis Tool

As a developer, you always have to take the pain of getting adapted to the best practices and coding guidelines to be followed as per the organizational or industrial standards.  Easy way to ensure your coding style follows certain standard is to manually analyze your code or use a static code analyzer like FxCop, StyleCop…

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