Course Outline


  • How DevOps creates more security risk for organizations
    • The price of agility, speed and de-centralized control

Inadequacies of Traditional Security Tools

  • Security policies
  • Firewall rules
  • Lack of APIs for integration
  • Lack of visualization tools

Implementing a DevOps-Ready Security Program

Aligning Security with Business Goals

Removing the Security Bottleneck

Implementing Detailed Visibility

Standardizing Security Configurations

Adding Sensors into the Application

  • Interactive Application Security Testing
  • Runtime Application Self-Protection

Providing Security Data to DevOps Tools through RESTful APIs

On-Demand Scaling, Micro-Perimeterization of Security Controls

Per-Resource Granular Security Policies

Automating Attacks against Pre-Production Code

Continually Testing the Production Environment

Protecting Web Applications from an Agile/DevOps Perspective

Securing Containers and Clouds

Embracing Next Generation Automated Security Tools

The Future of DevOps and Its Strategic Role in Security

Summary and Conclusion


  • DevOps experience.
  • Basic knowledge or interest in security.


  • Devops engineers
  • Security engineers
  7 Hours


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