Security is an essential aspect in today’s development life cycle. Unfortunately, application security has usually been an afterthought, but not anymore. By adopting the philosophy of DevSecOps you can automate these security tasks and ensure fast and safe code delivery. Security protocols that are part of the development process allow development teams to take advantage

Consider for a moment all the long-term, successful software companies. What variable is constant among all them that aided their success? Arguably, code quality is a key ingredient. Code quality can convert into how valuable and viable your code is: top notch code can be re-utilized and re-developed. Allowing low quality code to accumulate, often

FlexDeploy Blueprints got a makeover for our newest release, FlexDeploy 5.3. The new and improved quick-start wizard now comes with more robust Git integration, user preferences, and a wide variety of new Blueprints. In addition, these features are all wrapped in a new look and feel for the application. Lets take a look at what’s

Flexagon has released a new version of FlexDeploy which is packed full of new features, plugins, usability, and productivity improvements. Whether you’re a developer, administrator, release manager, or any role within the software delivery lifecycle, you will see benefits from FlexDeploy 5.3.  FlexDeploy is all about applying DevOps, CI/CD, and Release Orchestration processes and automation

Release orchestration is the process of coordinating the tasks related to deploying software updates across environments and into the hands of end users – improving planning, tracking and communication throughout the software release cycle across different teams, departments and technologies. The more complex the process, the more impact release orchestration can have. Benefits of release

DevOps is a transformational way of thinking about software development, converting a slow, cumbersome, long-term process to an agile, nimble, responsive one. As DevOps is adopted and accepted worldwide, language and terms specific to DevOps are being used more as well. However, for people new to DevOps – and even those that are familiar with

DevOps adoption is growing across businesses in all industries, mainly due to the wide array of benefits that DevOps can provide. A recent study[1] found that among companies that have implemented DevOps: 63% improved quality of deployments 63% release software more frequently 55% have better collaboration between teams DevOps adoption can help a company become