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The book starts with an outline of modern software engineering principles and gives you an overview of DevOps in .NET Core. It further explains automation in DevOps for product development along with security principles to improve product quality. Next, you will learn how to improve your product quality and avoid code issues such as SQL injection prevention, cross-site scripting, and many more. Moving forward, you will go through the steps necessary to make security, compliance, audit, and UX automated to increase the efficiency of your organization. You'll see demonstrations of the CI phase of DevOps, on-premise and hosted, along with code analysis methods to verify product quality. Finally, you will learn network security in Docker and containers followed by compliance and security standards.
After reading DevSecOps for .NET Core, you will be able to understand how automation, security, and compliance works in all the stages of the DevOps pipeline while showcasing real-world examples of solutions developed and deployed using .NET Core 3.
What You Will Learn
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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Seitenzahl: 284
- Erscheinungstermin: 30. Mai 2020
- ISBN-13: 9781484258507
- Artikelnr.: 59566931
Chapter Goal: This chapter will outline the modern software engineering principles and introduce DevOps as well as requirements and responsibilities of a software engineering team to publish quality software.
No of pages 20
1. Software Design
2. Solutions on the Internet
3. Multicultural Customers
4. Changing Market
5. Security and Compliance Requirements
Chapter 2: DevOps with Security
Chapter Goal: This is a practical topic and discusses DevOps pipelines as a mode of automation for software production and outlines important tasks in DevOps where automation can inject security principles to improve product quality.
No of pages: 20-25
Sub - Topics
1. DevOps in a Nutshell
2. Securing Software
3. Quality Assurance
4. Pre-commit testing
5. HTTP vs SSH
Chapter 3: Writing Secure Code
Chapter Goal: This chapter discusses the development phase of DevOps pipeline and outlines how to improve software quality and decrease friction in later stages by preventing known vulnerabilities and code flaws before hand. During this chapter we will explore code issues such as SQL Injection prevention, Cross-site scripting, and other similar issues.
No of pages : 45
Sub - Topics:
1. Write Less, Write Secure
2. Developer Training
3. Runtime Selection and Configuration
4. Microservices: Separation of Concerns
5. Authentication in Services
Chapter 4: Automating Everything as Code
Chapter Goal: We discuss the steps necessary to make security, compliance, audit, and UX automated to decrease decoupling and friction in the departments, and introduce key factors that help improve build and hosting environments, which will be discussed in detail in later chapter.
No of pages:40-45
Sub - Topics:
1. Version Control and Audit
2. Hosted Code Storage
3. Infrastructure as Code
4. Automating Security
5. Compliance and Policies
6. Risk and Bugs Analysis
Chapter 5: Securing Build Systems for DevOps
Chapter Goal: In this chapter we demonstrate the CI phase of DevOps and utilize our build systems; hosted and on-premises, to apply security and compliance checks throughout the task, we apply code analysis methods to verify quality of product and discusses different approaches to host package archives for deployment.
No of pages: 45
1. On-Premises vs Hosted CI/CD
2. Code Analysis Methods
3. Archive Caching and Hashing
4. Automated Deployments
Chapter 6: Automating Production Environments for Quality
Chapter Goal: This chapter focuses on production hosting environments and their security, such as container and host platform security, network ports scanning, firewall and application gateways to prevent unauthorized access. We also explore how to extract sensitive information out of source code and configuration files using external services to improve privacy.
No of pages: 40
1. Host Platforms
2. Docker and Containers
3. Network Security
4. Configuration and Credentials
5. System Failure and Post-mortems
6. Infrastructure Rollbacks
Chapter 7: Compliance and Security
Chapter Goal: This chapter enlists international standards and their requirements by a software product, such as GDPR, and how teams can tackle these in their products using automated audits.
No of pages: 15
2. GDPR Requirements
3. DevOps Audit Toolkit
4. Automated Issue Tracking