Enhance Web Applications With a File Upload Service

When looking to add a file uploader solution to your web application or website, finding one that will bring the most value to end users is essential. The answer should be built with security in mind, be easy to use, and have a lot of useful features. Web applications are the foundation of modern business … continue reading

FusionAuth and Permit.io solve tough authentication and authorization problems together

If you are a developer, there is a good chance that in your professional life you have been required to develop authentication and authorization management systems for an application from scratch. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ve even had to rebuild it several times in a very short period, based on the evolution of … continue reading

SBOMs can help ensure software integrity

To secure the software in your supply chain, there’s a lot of hype today about the need for an SBOM (software bill of materials). But what does that really mean for development teams today? BOMs have been used for years by organizations; they are a list of the raw materials, sub-assemblies, intermediate assemblies, sub-components, parts, … continue reading

Optimize continuous delivery with continuous reliability

The 2021 State of DevOps report indicates that greater than 74% of organizations surveyed have Change Failure Rate (CFR) greater than 16% (the report provides a range from 16% to 30%). Of these, a significant proportion (> 35%) likely have CFRs exceeding 23%.  This means that while organizations seek to increase software change velocity (as … continue reading

Asking developers to do security is a risk in itself without training

As the pace and complexity of software development increases, organizations are looking for ways to improve the performance and effectiveness of their application security testing, including “shifting left” by integrating security testing directly into developer tools and workflows. This makes a lot of sense, because defects, including security defects, can often be addressed faster and … continue reading

Combining Static Application Security Testing (SAST) and Software Composition Analysis (SCA) Tools

When creating, testing, and deploying software, many development companies now use proprietary software and open source software (OSS).    Proprietary software, also known as closed-source or non-free software, includes applications for which the publisher or another person reserves licensing rights to modify, use, or share modifications. Examples include Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Photoshop, macOS, Microsoft … continue reading

Optimize data transfer and integrate file transfer in your automation workflows

Workload automation is a critical piece of digital transformation. It can enable practitioners to schedule and execute business process workflows, optimize data transfer and processing and cut down on errors and delays in execution of the business processes themselves.  Businesses currently have three main approaches to modernization and digital transformation. One is that they are … continue reading

Prevention in the age of the never-ending attack surface

When we talk about progress, typically, digital advancement is at the forefront of the conversation. We want everything better, faster, more convenient, more powerful, and we want to do it for less money, time, and risk. For the most part, these “impossible” objectives are eventually met; it might take several years and multiple versions (and … continue reading

Top 3 predictions for value stream management in 2022

Digital transformation remains critical for today’s enterprises. According to a recent survey, 96% of organizations are in the midst of a digital transformation initiative. The problem is that about the same percentage of organizations are contending with a significant challenge that stifles these transformations. Digital transformations place a significant onus on optimized product delivery, which … continue reading

Demystifying Differential and Incremental Analysis for Static Code Analysis within DevOps

The DevOps Movement has many recommended practices for automation of processes and testing. However, across different market verticals, the requirements, practices, and cadence of releases very widely. For example, in the more security or safety relevant software markets, development processes often also include compliance to coding standards, or other security and safety practices that must … continue reading

Predictions for Java in 2022

The Java landscape moves fast, and with potential changes to OpenJDK release cadence, it’s poised to move even faster. For people like Michael Rasmussen, Head of Development at JRebel by Perforce, staying abreast of these changes, and understanding how they’ll impact development is paramount to creating features that resonate within the Java development community, keeping … continue reading

DevOps Lead Time – Let’s Re-Evaluate

It’s hard not to mention “Accelerate” when writing about DevOps; rarely does such a seminal piece of work provide an equally well-defined set of practical applications. It was a landmark engineering and business handbook that, through outlining what we now refer to as the DORA metrics, kick-started a DevOps metrics gold rush. Lead Time is … continue reading

How to build a platform for business value

As an industry we’ve been talking about platforms for a very long time. Everyone thinks they need one but many people don’t know why. Perhaps more concerning, many organizations build them and then don’t realize the value they expected. This trend was reinforced by the recently published Technology Radar — Thoughtworks’ biannual look at the tech … continue reading

Olive Helps wants developers to build out healthcare apps on its platform

There’s a movement afoot among startups in the healthcare space to tear down silos of information that hinder efficient and effective care, as well as reduce frustration for patients who have to deal with insurance, pre-authorizations for treatment, and even scheduling tests and appointments. One of those startups is a company called Olive, which has … continue reading

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