The technology behind the world’s first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has taken the world by storm. Bitcoin is geared up by blockchain - a distributed ledger constructed with impenetrable cryptography that is open source, transparent, and highly anonymous. According to Gartner, blockchain was one of the most disruptive technologies in 2020.
Operating in a multi-cloud environment is rapidly becoming the norm for most companies. In 2018, research from the IBM Institute for Business Value found that 85% of companies were already using a multi-cloud plan, and 98% had plans to use multiple hybrid clouds by 2021. Fast-forward to 2021, one year
Let's talk about the current scope of blockchain and how it helps in securing digital identities for companies.Blockchain technology provides several benefits to individuals, organizations, and IT systems. This is because it is a decentralized, interoperable, and immutable information infrastructure that isn’t easy to hack into. To provide
In relentless pursuit of automation and velocity, DevOps teams can reduce the software development cycle and ensure that their products are responsive to client feedback. However, this quest for perfection may compromise security, leaving room for vulnerabilities or misconfigurations that can create huge problems later on.Ensuring security integration throughout
For companies that employ the agile approach, DevOps seems like a natural extension. Traditionally, enterprises started with integration, development and test automation early in the product lifecycle. Gradually, the agile delivery team took care of iterative development and monitoring practices that increase code quality. Today, organizations work in unison to