If one of your New Years’ resolutions is to read and learn more, then we’re definitely here to help you out. Our authors have so much to talk about and fill you in on in these posts below.
What is DevSecOps? It involves taking all the practices of DevOps and pulling in security practices to improve security. In DevSecOps, we want to shift security left. Shifting left brings security into the application process earlier instead of allowing it to be an afterthought. Learn more about shifting left from Sylvia Fronczak on Sonatype’s blog.
How to Manage Security Debt as a Startup
What do you know about security debt? Security debt is a lot like technical debt, but my experience suggests that far fewer leaders at startups spend as much time thinking about their security debt. You accrue security debt when you make a security decision that’s easier now even though it will cost you more time to fix later. As a leader of your organization, it’s also your job to manage security debt. But how do you do that? Eric Boersma is here to help on Sqreen’s blog.
AWS Redshift Monitoring: The Complete Guide
Would you like to detect problems in your Amazon Redshift environments? Does your team need a high-level overview of what monitoring options they can choose from when they deploy Redshift nodes and clusters? Janos Zold is here to help you out on Stackify’s blog.
Top 6 Security Best Practices for Go
Golang’s adoption has been increasing over the years. Successful projects like Docker, Kubernetes, and Terraform have bet heavily on this programming language. More recently, Go has been the de facto standard for building command-line tools. And for security matters, Go happens to be doing pretty well in their reports for vulnerabilities, with only one CVE registry since 2002. However, not having vulnerabilities doesn’t mean that the programming language is super secure. And Christian Melendez is here to give you some top security practices on Sqreen’s blog.
AWS Lambda With Python: A Simple Introduction With Examples
If you’re unfamiliar with AWS Lambda, it’s what we call a Function-as-a-Service offering from Amazon. A FaaS system hides all the infrastructure details from you, even more so than Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). Whenever you need to scale a PaaS application, you typically add extra server processes. In a FaaS system, you just add more executions. That’s all quite abstract, isn’t it? Don’t worry, Peter Morlion is here to help you out on Scalyr’s blog.
How Does Test Data Management Work? A Detailed Guide
As a company grows, its data keeps increasing. Merely storing it in a database won’t do you any good. Your testers may face problems while trying to access any test data from a huge database. To help your business thrive, you must adopt a sound test data management (TDM) strategy. Learn more on DataOps’ blog from Arnab Roy Chowdhury.
Why Is Data Security Important? A Helpful Explainer
Technology has driven globalization. And the combination of globalization and technology lets you capture much more data about your products, services, and customers. However, with this increased amount of data comes great responsibility. Every organization holds personally-identifying information and must protect this data accordingly. Losing data can have a huge impact on your organization. But you can stop it. Michiel Mulders can fill you in on DataOps’ blog.
How to Build a Data Management Platform: A Detailed Guide
Does your business need to gain better data insights? Would you like to collect, organize, and activate data from any source, be it online, offline, mobile, and more? Then you need a data management platform, or DMP. Learn more from Daniel de Oliveira on DataOps’ blog.
What Is a Data Pipeline In Hadoop? Where and How to Start
Did you know that Facebook stores over 1000 terabytes of data generated by users every day? That’s a huge amount of data, and I’m only talking about one application! And hundreds of quintillion bytes of data are generated every day in total. Learn more on DataOps’ blog from Omkar Hiremath.
How to Perform a Data Quality Audit, Step By Step
A data audit helps you assess the accuracy and quality of your organization’s data. For many organizations, data is the most valuable asset because it can be deployed in so many ways. Organizations can use their data to improve existing processes or services, make important business decisions, or even predict future revenue. And of course, it’s of great value for the marketing team. Learn more on the DataOps’ blog from Michiel Mulders.
What Is Data Security Compliance? A Detailed Introduction
For any company, big or small, data is valuable. But data in today’s world often isn’t safe. This is because cybersecurity threats are increasing day by day. Malware are evolving. Hackers are finding new ways to break through firewalls and encryption. To deal with this, data security compliance regulations are evolving as well. New rules are being proposed that will keep your data safe. But keeping up with the new rules and implementing them is not an easy task, is it? Learn more from Arnab Chowdhury on DataOps’ blog.
What Is Data Preparation? Intro, How-to, and Best Practices
Data preparation is an important aspect of data management. It helps your organization by combining data from multiple raw sources into one valuable, high-quality dataset. Data preparation is an essential step toward improving processes and making informed, data-driven decisions. Learn more from Michiel Mulders on DataOps’ blog.
How Does a Data Management Platform Work? A Detailed Look
Are you wondering how does a data management platform work? Well, you’re in the right place! At its core, a data management platform (DMP) is a complex piece of software that’s able to handle large amounts of data and incorporate many different components. Learn more from Michiel Mulders on DataOps’ blog.
What Security Issues Come From Big Data? The 7 You Must Know
Most businesses nowadays are using big data to increase their efficiency. Why wouldn’t they? After all, big data has plenty of benefits to offer. For starters, big data helps in making better business decisions. It also helps in better market analysis and improves the audit process. For instance, through big data, companies can analyze customer behaviors and make changes in their way of doing things. However, using big data comes with its own set of challenges. One of the biggest challenges is security. Learn more from Arnab Chowdhury on DataOps’ blog.
Logging Best Practices: The 13 You Should Know
We also updated some posts. When you search for things on the internet, sometimes you find treasures like this post on logging, e.g. creating meaningful logs. And so there’s no better way to learn than in this post about DevOps on Scalyr’s blog.
Top Server Monitoring Tools for the New Year
Finally, we updated a post on tools for the new year. As budgets reset for the New Year, there is no better time to implement a new server monitoring tool (or re-evaluate your current solution). But where do you start? It can be exhausting to surf through the available vendors, let alone trying to decide which to give a trial run. Learn more on Stackify’s blog.