Author

James Wickett

Often found at the intersection of DevOps and security, creator of gauntlt and author of DevOps Fundamentals — a course on Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning.

Security's Shift Right

Software development has gotten tricky. If you have been in the DevOps game in the past few years, t...

James Wickett September 17, 2018

What the DevSecOps 2018 Survey Results Really Mean for Developers and Security

The 2018 DevSecOps Community Report is out and for those following the growth of DevOps and it’s sub...

James Wickett June 21, 2018

DevOps Notes from the Field

 

James Wickett May 24, 2018

Oops, I WAFed my Cache

  It’s annoying when we use acronyms as verbs, isn’t it? I can change, maybe. JIRA me and I will get...

James Wickett May 2, 2018

Three Ways Legacy WAFs Fail

Ah, the WAF. You might know it by its street name: the web application firewall. It’s a long standin...

James Wickett March 7, 2018

DevOps (and DevSecOps) Predictions for 2018

This article originally appeared on devops.com, written by Signal Sciences' James Wickett. [Read an ...

James Wickett January 5, 2018

Security is in Crisis and a New Journey Begins

Last month in San Francisco, the DevOps tribe gathered under the umbrella of DevOps Enterprise Summi...

James Wickett December 7, 2017

DevOps School is now in Session!

Over the last 12 months, I (James Wickett) have been working on a really exciting project to help ma...

James Wickett October 20, 2017

Go Development Tools for Testing and Hot Reloading

Those new to the Go language (golang) often are excited about the simplicity, speed and portability ...

James Wickett September 12, 2017

Securing Microservices and APIs with NGINX and Signal Sciences

A shift is happening in the tech industry: monolithic web applications are being decomposed into mic...

James Wickett September 8, 2017

Detect and Defend Account Takeovers

The storyline is a familiar one — millions of accounts compromised, data leaked to the internet, sol...

James Wickett August 10, 2017

Why Rugged Matters in the Dev, Sec, and Ops Discussion

Last week we discussed how security and continuous delivery can be traveling companions, this week I...

James Wickett July 6, 2017

Traveling Companions: Continuous Delivery and Security

Security and Continuous Delivery. They are unlikely friends because security has historically taken ...

James Wickett June 20, 2017