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Cloud Security Guide For Beginners: Benefits of DevOps
 

 

1. Shorten Production Cycles
Siloed development and operations teams extend the production cycle unnecessarily. It becomes harder for both teams to collaborate on the processes required to get the software operational. Close collaboration through the elimination of silos speeds up innovation and development.

2. Increase Deployment Success Rates
Programming errors is one of the leading reasons why a deployment fails. The frequent release of code occasioned with the DevOps approach ensures problem detection at an earlier stage. With dev and ops teams working together, recovery time is a lot shorter.

3. Improved Collaboration and Communication
DevOps has revolutionized software development culture. This is because when all stakeholder teams take part in the development process, they focus on a common goal instead of working with different objectives. More synergy improves communication. Better communication leads to seamless development cycles, quick error discovery/resolution, and faster route to market.

4. Increased Efficiency Through Automation
Continuous integration reduces manual processes in developing and testing. Specific tasks in the development process cannot be automated. DevOps focusses the developers’ attention on those tasks, leaving the other tasks to tools that can accelerate development, such as:

Cloud-based platforms. The use of hardware resources during development ties up relevant system infrastructure unnecessarily. Scalable infrastructures like cloud-based platforms resolve this problem, resulting in speedier processes.
Build acceleration tools for faster compilation of code.
Parallel workflow processes, for smoother operation of the continuous delivery chain.

5. Work with Good Developers
Poor code is all too common, though sadly, users arrive at this realization when it’s too late. The fact is, some developers are good at what they do, while others have poor coding skills. DevOps has a solution to this problem. Frequent a*sessment makes it easier to a*sess the performance of developers within a DevOps team so that each team member is tasked with responsibilities most suited to their skills.

DevOps recognizes that software creation is not all about coding. There are many other roles involved in the process. A team member who is terrible at coding could be good at any of the different roles, and vice versa. Re-tasking team members earlier in the process prevent wastage of time and resources.

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 3 weeks ago '04        #2
coolaid1914 
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props

about to crack into studying Security + (syn 601) after I take the Core 2 of the A+ next week (just passed Core 1 last week).

BX bros get on the train if you haven't yet, IT is where it's at.
I changed careers in 2020 and its been fantastic ever since.
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 3 weeks ago '14        #3
MrBojangles 
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 coolaid1914 said
props

about to crack into studying Security + (syn 601) after I take the Core 2 of the A+ next week (just passed Core 1 last week).

BX bros get on the train if you haven't yet, IT is where it's at.
I changed careers in 2020 and its been fantastic ever since.
Good sh*t bro, I'm sure you'll knock out that Sec+
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 3 weeks ago '08        #4
Riley11 
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Is Cysa + worth it ?

 3 weeks ago '22        #5
FellzPointz 
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fu*k this knowledge


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 3 weeks ago '12        #6
Pimpointment 
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I’m doing my network a+ now looking forward to moving on to cloud and sec

 3 weeks ago '20        #7
one2remember3 
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can i ask yall wtf jobs yall trying to get gettin security and network plus? those are exams military IT are forced to do. cloud engineer 10 plus years here
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 3 weeks ago '16        #8
Teknicks 
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 OrganizedChaos said



1. Shorten Production Cycles
Siloed development and operations teams extend the production cycle unnecessarily. It becomes harder for both teams to collaborate on the processes required to get the software operational. Close collaboration through the elimination of silos speeds up innovation and development.

2. Increase Deployment Success Rates
Programming errors is one of the leading reasons why a deployment fails. The frequent release of code occasioned with the DevOps approach ensures problem detection at an earlier stage. With dev and ops teams working together, recovery time is a lot shorter.

3. Improved Collaboration and Communication
DevOps has revolutionized software development culture. This is because when all stakeholder teams take part in the development process, they focus on a common goal instead of working with different objectives. More synergy improves communication. Better communication leads to seamless development cycles, quick error discovery/resolution, and faster route to market.

4. Increased Efficiency Through Automation
Continuous integration reduces manual processes in developing and testing. Specific tasks in the development process cannot be automated. DevOps focusses the developersí attention on those tasks, leaving the other tasks to tools that can accelerate development, such as:

Cloud-based platforms. The use of hardware resources during development ties up relevant system infrastructure unnecessarily. Scalable infrastructures like cloud-based platforms resolve this problem, resulting in speedier processes.
Build acceleration tools for faster compilation of code.
Parallel workflow processes, for smoother operation of the continuous delivery chain.

5. Work with Good Developers
Poor code is all too common, though sadly, users arrive at this realization when itís too late. The fact is, some developers are good at what they do, while others have poor coding skills. DevOps has a solution to this problem. Frequent a*sessment makes it easier to a*sess the performance of developers within a DevOps team so that each team member is tasked with responsibilities most suited to their skills.

DevOps recognizes that software creation is not all about coding. There are many other roles involved in the process. A team member who is terrible at coding could be good at any of the different roles, and vice versa. Re-tasking team members earlier in the process prevent wastage of time and resources.

FULL Article:



Just grabbed an AWS cert last week.. I work in technical marketing.. but this is where the bag is at.
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 3 weeks ago '16        #9
Teknicks 
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 coolaid1914 said
props

about to crack into studying Security + (syn 601) after I take the Core 2 of the A+ next week (just passed Core 1 last week).

BX bros get on the train if you haven't yet, IT is where it's at.
I changed careers in 2020 and its been fantastic ever since.
Yea man.. I prolly won't get it.. but a recruiter hit me on LinkedIn for a security focused product marketing role at Whatsapp that pays $130 an hour. I'll give my job 2 hour notice for that lol

I'm trying to crack $100 an hour this year
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 3 weeks ago '22        #10
YtmansFather 
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 Teknicks said
Yea man.. I prolly won't get it.. but a recruiter hit me on LinkedIn for a security focused product marketing role at Whatsapp that pays $130 an hour. I'll give my job 2 hour notice for that lol

I'm trying to crack $100 an hour this year
Shieeet thatís a lot of capital my brother

I can flood the streets with that

I need to get in my IT sh*t

And leave this personal fitness sh*t to the side
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 3 weeks ago '15        #11
nyzthoro 
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Good look on this OP. Scheming on getting back into IT

 3 weeks ago '16        #12
Teknicks 
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 YtmansFather said
Shieeet thatís a lot of capital my brother

I can flood the streets with that

I need to get in my IT sh*t

And leave this personal fitness sh*t to the side
Do both.. Seriously..

Also taxes are a bitkh. So when you hit $200k expect to pay anywhere from $50-80k in taxes..

Taxes are my biggest expense right now..
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 3 weeks ago '22        #13
YtmansFather 
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 Teknicks said
Do both.. Seriously..

Also taxes are a bitkh. So when you hit $200k expect to pay anywhere from $50-80k in taxes..

Taxes are my biggest expense right now..
Thatís why I gotta mix the dirty with clean at that point

Dirty cover Clean taxes

And clean cover dirty
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 3 weeks ago '15        #14
edub911 
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I wanna get into IT
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 3 weeks ago '12        #15
immemcgee 
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I have to finish core 2 of the A+ but I’m looking for a voucher lol

Trying to get certified in data analytics and project management this year as well. Just started the DA course this week.

Any advice from people in the field would be helpful.
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 3 weeks ago '16        #16
ishVicious 
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 Riley11 said
Is Cysa + worth it ?
Yeah itís a step above the Sec + and if you have one will renew the 4 years on your Sec + cert. I am studying ( havenít read the textbook in a month tho) but Iíll pass it when I am ready and have the left over cash. Tech is where itís at but some companies in the cyber security world are really looking for guys with real technical skills. Iím out DC tho itís real competitive out here but I get job offers almost daily lol.
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 3 weeks ago '22        #17
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I’m hiring SRE, Pen Tester Lead, and Security Testing Automation Specialist if any of y’all have the experience. IBM is my employer. Social Media company is the client we’re working with. HMU.
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 3 weeks ago '22        #18
zerogate  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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I still don't know what 'dev ops' is
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 3 weeks ago '04        #19
coolaid1914 
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 MrBojangles said
Good sh*t bro, I'm sure you'll knock out that Sec+
Thanks broham, I’m focusing on my goal to hit 6 figures by the time I move back to Dallas (Oct 2024). Once I got my first cert (IFT+) I moved to AZ (July ‘21) to start my tech journey with this one company. Was there for 18 months, finally started a new contract in December and I’m learning so much here

 edub911 said
I wanna get into IT
What’s stopping you fam?

 immemcgee said
I have to finish core 2 of the A+ but I’m looking for a voucher lol .
Where you finding these vouchers PLAIR???



 Dreadman said
I’m hiring SRE, Pen Tester Lead, and Security Testing Automation Specialist if any of y’all have the experience. IBM is my employer. Social Media company is the client we’re working with. HMU.
Hopefully you can help me out come the end of the year
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 3 weeks ago '15        #20
richmoneycash  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 coolaid1914 said
Thanks broham, Iím focusing on my goal to hit 6 figures by the time I move back to Dallas (Oct 2024). Once I got my first cert (IFT+) I moved to AZ (July Ď21) to start my tech journey with this one company. Was there for 18 months, finally started a new contract in December and Iím learning so much here



Whatís stopping you fam?



Where you finding these vouchers PLAIR???





Hopefully you can help me out come the end of the year
You got an IT degree? Or did you only have the (IFT+)

 3 weeks ago '12        #21
immemcgee 
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Honestly, I’ve only had one from a program I got into IT with. But I’ve heard they’re out there. @

For anyone looking to get started, look for this program called Per Scholas in your area. Free training if you can make the time.
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 3 weeks ago '04        #22
coolaid1914 
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 richmoneycash said
You got an IT degree? Or did you only have the (IFT+)
naw I have my bachelor's degree in Political Science but I was always into tech.
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 3 weeks ago '04        #23
coolaid1914 
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 immemcgee said
Honestly, Iíve only had one from a program I got into IT with. But Iíve heard theyíre out there. @

For anyone looking to get started, look for this program called Per Scholas in your area. Free training if you can make the time.
or check out the WIOA with your local workforce center, that's how I got my grant to go to career school for IT. the program covers your tuition and fees for your certs. i never came out of pocket for anything.
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 3 weeks ago '12        #24
immemcgee 
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 coolaid1914 said
or check out the WIOA with your local workforce center, that's how I got my grant to go to career school for IT. the program covers your tuition and fees for your certs. i never came out of pocket for anything.

Per Scholas is 12-16 week course and they give you a voucher for the exam afterwards. They offer A+, sec +, and network +. Itís all free.

The catch is, itís a full time thing and most people with responsibilities canít commit to that. I was fortunate enough to do it during the pandemic and it was remote then.

 3 weeks ago '22        #25
JimmyCrackCorn 
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 coolaid1914 said
naw I have my bachelor's degree in Political Science but I was always into tech.
I did the same sh*t. Poli Sci undergrad, got sec+ and az900 afterwards. sh*t is cake. CISO asked what my degree was in. I said "Poli sci, so basically reading a writing" bruh goes "great, write all of our security policies." 70 a year. I aint complaining
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