1. Security is the main focus of DevSecOps, at the expense of developer experience
Available tools are serving security teams better than developers. The Radar team felt that the DevSecOps developer experience is cumbersome - there are too many tools that are hard to consume, creating a messy development environment. Show More
2. The pace of change in the security space is rapid
More and more new tools are coming to the market to support DevSecOps, but practitioners are struggling to keep up with the ever-changing landscape and evaluate what tools are best for their needs. Show More
3. Microsegmentation capability is very important, but presents a significant challenge
Many organizations are unable to successfully operationalize segmentation within cloud native environments. While many organizations have introduced robust DevOps processes, traditional network security practices have not kept pace with the shift to cloud native. Show More
The Radar Team
Sergiu is an Entrepreneur, Senior Technology and Strategy leader, with more than 15 years spent working with digital technology.
Keith Nielsen got his start with IBM working on application runtimes and now works at Discover Financial Services where he is responsible for Discover’s Cloud Business Office. Keith’s current focus is on solving the challenges of Hybrid Cloud with a focus on Kubernetes ecosystem and all the capabilities needed to support it.
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