DevSecOps vs. Rugged DevOps
DevSecOps and Rugged DevOps are critical in the market where software updates are often performed several times daily and old security models can not be maintained. DevSecOps adds a robust security tool to traditional DevOps practices from Day 1. DevOps engineers are prudent to safeguard measures to all levels of software design and usage.
Adding a “rugged” term to DevOps means adding increased confidence, transparency, and a clearer understanding of possible risk possibilities. This is an accelerated approach where safety parameters are practiced at the start of the project and the penetration tests used throughout the development cycle. Rugged is a mind that carries rigorous control, and thrives in an environment where developers are motivated to continue to make code more secure.
The Rugged Manifesto puts it this way:
“I am rugged because I refuse to be a source of vulnerability or weakness.”
“I am rugged because I assure my code will support its mission.”
“I recognize that my code will be attacked by talented and persistent adversaries who threaten our physical, economic, and national security.”
In DevSecOps environment, automated testing is performed throughout the development cycle. Ruggedizing processes means making higher priority security. This includes additional security enhancements in a continuous transmission channel (AWS or others), fixed threat assessment using security games, and adding security tests to an automated process.
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