Today, leading governments are working to integrate security into their DevOps practices and culture, ensuring that public sector innovation can be delivered securely – and creating an evolved approach called DevSecOps.
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The barrier to entry for agencies that adopt innovative technologies and approaches can seem daunting. It’s hard enough to change the hearts and minds of those used to working a certain way, but then there’s the challenge of learning a new process or tool.
It’s time for a change in the way government hires, engages and retains talent.
Automation is a hot topic among state and local governments. Faced with tight budgets and growing workloads, agencies are looking for tools that can perform work with minimal human input. Recall a repetitive, unexciting work assignment. Wouldn’t it have been nice having an automated tool perform that task?
To run a more effective and efficient government, employees need modern IT that helps them meet citizen expectations and keep data and systems secure.
To be successful in DevOps, agencies can do three things: create small teams for specific problems, get feedback from the customer and network small teams to solve more complex problems.
To manage and schedule the cloud environment, NASA turned to Ansible Tower, the agency is now better equipped to manage its AWS environment.
Addressing both concerns is key for DevOps, or the practices that combine software development and IT operations for systems development life cycles.
To successfully move forward with IT optimization, your agency needs to focus on three areas: IT automation, infrastructure and storage.
To deliver mission-critical services and be efficient in today’s world, government agencies are shifting IT from traditional infrastructure operations.