Rugged DevOps: Combining Security and DevOps

Join us for episode 26 of Discover Performance Weekly to discuss rugged DevOps, which ties the topic of DevOps to security. The basis of the discussion revolves around a recent article on Discover Performance, "A simple plan for secure DevOps."

HP Software evangelist and VP of Strategic Marketing, Paul Muller (@xthestreams), sits down with DevOps expert and co-founder of DTO Solutions, Damon Edwards (@damonedwards) and author and DevOps practitioner, James Wickett (@wickett) to understand how security practices can be built into DevOps teams and operations.

In this episode, Paul, Damon and James discuss topics like:
- What is rugged DevOps? (1:15
- Was DevOps too fragile so it forced a rugged approach? (2:40)
- Is rugged DevOps primarily a culture shift? (3:55
- How much of these processes are automatable? (8:30)
- Tools and resources for rugged DevOps (10:05

Each week our host and guests offer a tip or resource of the week. This week includes:
• Damon: Book: The Principles of Product Development Flowhttp://www.leanproductflow.com/ 
• James: Book: The Tangled Web http://www.amazon.com/The-Tangled-Web... 
• Paul: Book: Antifragile http://www.amazon.com/Antifragile-Thi... 

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