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The Future of Software Development and The Hyperplexed Architecture

[Stanford University]

- Overview

Software development is an ever-evolving industry. To succeed in it, you must keep an open eye on emerging opportunities and use them to succeed for your business.

Over the past few years, organizations have had to accelerate their digital transformation priorities, developing new business models and products to compete in an increasingly competitive market. The shift to a need for personalized, dynamic online experiences has spawned a need for new digital products—all of which translate into software development, thus sparking new software development trends.

The future of software development looks bright and the demand for innovative products and solutions to meet changing market demands has never been higher.


- DevSecOps and Infrastructure Security

DevSecOps stands for Development, Security and Operations. It is a culture, automation, and platform design approach that integrates security as a shared responsibility throughout the IT lifecycle.

Now, in the collaborative framework of DevOps, security is a shared responsibility for end-to-end integration. This is a very important mindset that has led some to coin the term "DevSecOps" to emphasize the need to build a security foundation into a DevOps program.
DevSecOps means thinking about application and infrastructure security from the start. It also means automating some security gates to prevent slow DevOps workflows. Choosing the right tools to continuously integrate security, such as agreeing on an integrated development environment (IDE) with security features, can help achieve these goals. However, effective DevOps security requires more than new tools—it builds on a DevOps culture change to integrate the work of security teams as quickly as possible.


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