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Department of Defense DevSecOps Journey

katiemccaskey profile image Katie McCaskey Originally published at blog.sonatype.com on ・1 min read

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By Sylvia Fronczak

_ Editors Note: _ We recently discussed why the federal government should adopt DevSecOps. Here, a look at DevSecOps efforts at the Department of Defense presented at All Day DevOps. Sign up now for the upcoming All Day DevOps | Spring Break Edition happening April 17.

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has a unique DevSecOps journey, and we'll discuss that today thanks to a presentation by Hasan Yasar and Nicolas Chaillan (@NicolasChaillan).

But first, here’s some background on the DoD.

The DoD depends on software, but it doesn’t always control development. Instead, they must maintain software written elsewhere. Difficulties arise when the entire lifecycle is out of their hands.

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