More federal organizations are incorporating DevOps into their software development and operations lifecycle—with security integration being a critical part of the approach. DevSecOps ensures that suitable security tools and processes are baked into the software delivery lifecycle. It holds much promise for transformational change through increased collaboration and enhanced performance among development, security, and operations teams.
What’s appealing about DevSecOps is the true realization of Agile principles to integrate quality, security, and repeatability throughout the iterative software development and delivery process.
Yet some government organizations have preconceived notions about what DevSecOps is, and the challenges they face in adopting it within their organizations. We break down those assumptions and get to the truth about DevSecOps. Here are five key myths about DevSecOps adoption—and the reality.