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Orchestration & Temper: Safeguarding Sensitive Data in the Web

In an increasingly interconnected world, cybersecurity has become a fundamental priority.


With its emphasis on artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), and augmented reality, the Web presents exciting opportunities but also significant challenges in terms of data protection.

Orchestrating with Temper: Safeguarding Sensitive Data in the Web
Orchestration & Temper: Safeguarding Sensitive Data in the Web

The Deployment of DevSecOps Architecture is an approach that blends agile development practices (DevOps) with security (DevSecOps).


Its goal is to achieve faster and more secure software delivery without compromising data integrity. But how does it accomplish this?


Automation and Orchestration

Let’s break it down using the examples provided. We’ll summarize how tools ensure tempered orchestration and continuous operation in your web applications:


  1. Salt Stack: Imagine Salt Stack as the conductor of an orchestra. This tool automates tasks and manages configuration in distributed infrastructures. From applying patches to user management, Salt Stack ensures everything stays in harmony.

  2. Terraform: Terraform is like the architect designing the foundation of your house. It’s an infrastructure-as-code (IaC) tool that allows you to define and manage cloud resources declaratively. With configuration files, you can create and modify environments across providers like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.


Security in the Pipeline

Security in the pipeline involves integrating security tools into the delivery process. Some of these tools include:


  • Static Code Analysis (SAST): Scans source code for vulnerabilities before compilation.

  • Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST): Examines the application at runtime to identify potential risks.

  • Penetration Testing: Simulates attacks to assess system resilience.


Security Practices

Due to the adoption of methodologies, security practices take on a new focus. Here are a few examples related to DevSecOps:

  1. Continuous Integration (CI): Automated security tests run with each code commit, detecting vulnerabilities early in the development cycle.

  2. Continuous Deployment (CD): Thorough security testing occurs before deploying to production, ensuring security flaws don’t reach the live environment.


Web security requires delicate balance. The temperance between innovation and data protection is essential. DevSecOps Architecture helps us maintain that harmony, allowing progress without losing sight of security.


Sources: DevOps Security (DevSecOps) - Azure DevOps | Microsoft Learn | Deployment of DevSecOps Architecture and INCIBE’s Digital Transformation Services (aslan.es) | What is DevOps and DevSecOps? | Stackscale | DevSecOps: Challenges and Strategies for Successful Integration (palo-it.com) | What is DevSecOps? Integrated Security within DevOps (redhat.com)

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