As organizations increasingly adopt DevOps practices, security becomes a critical consideration in the development and deployment of software. To improve security posture, organizations need to implement comprehensive security measures and integrate them into the DevOps pipeline. This is where Defender for DevOps comes in, offering a suite of tools and capabilities that can help organizations protect their software assets from threats and vulnerabilities. In this article, we explore the benefits of using Defender for DevOps to increase security posture, streamline operations, and achieve greater efficiency in DevOps processes. We'll discuss how Defender for DevOps can help organizations to automate security testing, detect and remediate vulnerabilities, and provide greater visibility into their security posture. With Defender for DevOps, organizations can achieve a more robust and secure DevOps pipeline that reduces the risk of security breaches and protects their valuable assets.
Vlatko Ivanovski is Microsoft MVP for DevOps and ALM. Currently working as a DevOps Architect / Group Manager at Anglo American, United Kingdom. With more than 20 years of IT experience and strong technical &development background he has provided a strong business foundation in Managing ICTs. He is highly experienced DevOps & ALM professional with proven management and technical skills and demonstrates the ability to build/lead/mentor teams of other IT technical personnel in different IT functions. He is part of ALM Rangers where continuously contributes in providing valuable extensions and guidance for Azure DevOps (Service + Server). He has been part of the most complex and challenging enterprise solutions in variety of industries (Gov, Insurance, Banking, Mining). His passion is continuously to explore and implement practices over managing the overall process of developing software solutions and deliver it using the latest technologies and techniques.
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