Day: July 11, 2020

DevOps Checklist

Why Your DevOps Team Should Have A Checklist And What Should It Cover?

The DevOps Checklist is neither unique nor static, there is no such hard and fast rule that describes the DevOps, but it should be adapted to the enterprise requirement, human interactions, and some other specific criteria.

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Breach

A Practical Step by Step Guide To Prevent Security Breach Of Your AWS Account

Amazon Rainforests, the world's largest rainforest, is crisscrossed with several rivers, inhabits over a thousand types of flora and fauna. It is so densely populated with greenery that only the person knowing the exact right path can find it once something goes inside. In other words, it is secure. Probably Amazon Web Services got inspired by its namesake while building its robust security schemes. Let us dive into the several methods you can incorporate in your AWS working to stay safe from security breaches! 

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What is the difference between NIST, CIS/SANS 20, ISO 27001 Compliance Standards?

Due to the increasing instances of cyber-attacks in the last decade, establishing information security controls and assessments have become an essential tool for organizations. These controls are necessary for an organization to strengthen its defenses against various security threats. There are compliance standards or frameworks which have distinguished themselves as the best practices for organizations to assess their current security plan and maturity. These standards or frameworks also help the organization set important goals regarding security to improve its practices when protecting sensitive and critical assets. The frameworks I am talking about are NIST, CIS/SANS 20, and ISO 27001.

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DevOps

DevOps Must Have Top 10 Tools For Collaboration around Cloud Workloads

Introduction DevOps enables both the Software engineers and the CloudOps professionals to work as a team throughout the entire software development cycle. This cycle begins with the ideation and ends with production support. DevOps ensures involving Continuous Integration (CI) and Delivery (CD), popularly known as CI/ CD. Earlier development and services were considered two distinct

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