DevOps or SRE? What’s the Difference?
To improve the development process, a growing number of teams are implementing DevOps and site reliability engineering frameworks. DevOps, coupled with SRE, can enhance the production cycle and improve collaboration. These strategies help software teams operate with greater visibility and efficiency, ultimately enabling them to create stronger solutions. That said, there are some important differences between DevOps vs SRE. Take a closer look at how each of them works and how they complement one another in this post from Justin Reynolds on Plutora’s blog.
What Is a Production Environment? What You Need to Know
While production may be the very last stage of software development, that doesn’t mean testing ceases altogether. Software, and particularly SaaS solutions that are continuously iterated upon, requires a hefty amount of analysis and refining. Read on in this post from Justin Reynolds on Plutora’s blog to learn what a production environment is, what it means for developer teams, and how it’s different from some other stages of the software development pipeline.
.NET Broken Access Control Guide: Examples and Prevention
The goal of this article is to explore the subject of access control and how you can provide appropriate security for your websites. First, it will briefly address what broken access control is. Then, it will use examples to illustrate what broken access control looks like and what vulnerabilities get targeted. Finally, it’ll give you several mitigating solutions for those vulnerabilities. Learn all about .NET broken access control from Juan Reyes on Stackhawk’s blog.
NodeJS Broken Access Control Guide: Examples and Prevention
n this article, you can examine the topic of access control and how to provide a robust level of security for applications. First, this post will briefly define broken access control. Then, it’ll illustrate, with examples, what broken access control looks like and what vulnerabilities they target. Finally, it offers some mitigating solutions for those vulnerabilities. Find out more about NodeJS broken access from Juan Reyes on Stackhawk’s blog.
Cucumber.js for BDD: An Introductory Tutorial With Examples
We also recently updated a post on Cucmber.js. Cucumber.js and BDD aren’t new kids on the block. But they’re still fairly unfamiliar for many developers. That’s unfortunate because the two can be very powerful tools for both business people and developers. Let’s have a short look at what BDD is, and then see how Cucumber.js can be used to your advantage. Learn more on Testim’s blog.