What is CI/CD? A Complete Guide to CI/CD

Software development cycles have changed immensely in the last ten years. New practices and design philosophies are being tried every day. One of these practices is CI/CD pipelines, utilizing aspects of agile software development paired with automation and robust testing. In this post, we’ll be covering all aspects of CI/CD, as well as some popular CICD tools your organization can use to implement a CI/CD pipeline.

How do you do DevSecOps without constant CI/CD changes?

Better collaboration between teams, faster time to market, improved overall productivity and enhanced customer satisfaction are just some of the benefits you can reap from successful DevSecOps. However, it’s not just a matter of wrapping a few security tool APIs into your favourite CI tool and calling it a day. DevSecOps programs and tooling grow and mature, as new tools are added, teams come onboard and processes update. You don’t want to clog up and confuse your CI/CD pipelines with constant changes to accommodate DevSecOps.

Find and fix vulnerabilities in your CI/CD pipeline with Snyk and Harness

When DevOps emerged more than ten years ago, the main focus was to bridge the gaps between dev and ops teams. This was achieved by introducing automation to the processes of designing, building, testing, and deploying applications. But as development teams continue to deliver faster and more frequently, security teams find it difficult to keep up. Often, they become the bottleneck in the delivery pipeline.

Introducing Static Analysis 3.0: Static Analysis for Today's AppSec World

You are probably thinking, what the heck is this guy talking about. I didn’t even know there was a Static Analysis 1.0 or 2.0, so how can there be a Static Analysis 3.0? Static Analysis as a foundational Application Security platform has been around since the early 2000s. It has evolved to fit with the changes in how software and applications are written and released. Yes, I am talking about DevOps or, if you prefer, DevSecOps and aggressive CI/CD release pipelines.

Getting Started with Snyk Inside Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud

In this video, Marco Morales at Snyk shows first time users how to get started with the Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud integration with Snyk. Snyk lets you test your open code software dependencies and container images. With the new Snyk and Bitbucket Cloud integration, you can see details of security issues right within Bitbucket. Once you enable it, Snyk automatically checks your code and its dependencies and alerts you to vulnerabilities that are present so you can fix them before you deploy.

Integrating static analysis tools with build servers for continuous assurance

Learn how to set up continuous assurance with Code Dx to improve code quality and security at the speed of DevOps. Continuous integration (CI) has made a tremendous impact on how we develop software. The concept is simple: fail fast and fail often. This allows the team to fix problems before they become a big deal, saving time and money.