An Infrastructure-Focused Framework for Adopting DevSecOps
Software Engineering Institute
DevSecOps practices, including continuous-integration/continuous-delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, enable organizations to respond to security and reliability events quickly and efficiently and to produce resilient and secure software on a predictable schedule and budget. Despite growing evidence and recognition of the efficacy and value of these practices, the initial implementation and ongoing improvement of the methodology can be challenging. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, senior engineers Vanessa Jackson and Lyndsi Hughes discuss with principal researcher Suzanne Miller the DevSecOps adoption framework, which guides organizations in the planning and implementation of a roadmap to functional CI/CD pipeline capabilities.
About the Speaker
Lyndsi Hughes is a member of the technical staff in the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
Lyndsi joined the SEI in 2010. During her tenure at the SEI, Lyndsi has operated and maintained numerous specialized computing environments in support of research projects, …Read more