Developer’s Guide to Web Application Security

DevOps.com

In this article, we’ll go over 15 common web application security vulnerabilities and how you can prevent them. The post Developer’s Guide to Web Application Security appeared first on DevOps.com.

Architecting an Auth System for Applications

DevOps.com

Today’s applications use a great many login and authentication methods and workflows. Authentication Workflows for Traditional Web Applications Traditional web applications […]. The post Architecting an Auth System for Applications appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Survey Reveals High Cost of Application Modernization

DevOps.com

found nearly three-quarters of respondents (74%) reported that the average cost of an application modernization project is nearly $1.5 The post Survey Reveals High Cost of Application Modernization appeared first on DevOps.com.

Application Modernization Guide for Enterprises

Modus Create

At Modus Create, we continue to see many companies’ mission-critical applications that are monolithic and hosted on-premises. What is Application Modernization? Why Modernize Applications? Scaling legacy applications to meet customer demand is challenging and expensive.

Achieving Elite and High Performance DevOps Using DORA Metrics

Speaker: Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar

Join Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar, for advanced insight on taking the use of DORA Metrics to greater heights.

ShiftLeft Report Reveals State of Application Security

DevOps.com

A report published today by automated application security testing platform ShiftLeft found only one in three applications has an attackable vulnerability. The post ShiftLeft Report Reveals State of Application Security appeared first on DevOps.com.

6 Pointers on Application Logging

Xebia

Besides the possible tests, liveness checks, metrics, you can use application logging. But what makes an application log “Good”? In this blog we discuss 6 pointers on application logging to help you on your way! Audit logs have very different requirements than application logs.

Datadog Unfurls Application Security Service

DevOps.com

today made generally available an Application Security Monitoring (ASM) service that is based on the same agent software that many DevOps teams already use to monitor applications. The post Datadog Unfurls Application Security Service appeared first on DevOps.com. Datadog, Inc.

Application Architecture

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The post Application Architecture appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs ROELBOB humor managing microservices microservices monolithic applications parody satire software development tech humor

How to Develop IoT Applications: A Complete Guide for 2022

The Crazy Programmer

People create IoT applications; people use IoT applications—the world’s technology grows from the internet to the Internet of Things, from middlemen transaction processes to Smart Contracts. How do you develop IoT applications ? There is a demand for IoT applications, but launching into the building process without a thorough step-by-step outlook will leave you with an application you cannot use because it is poorly built.

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The Big Payoff of Application Analytics

Outdated or absent analytics won’t cut it in today's data-driven applications. And they won’t cut it for your end users, your development team, or your business. Learn how 5 companies used embedded analytics to achieve huge returns and greater value than anticipated.

PHP Uses – Applications of PHP

The Crazy Programmer

It is an open-source, server-side scripting language embedded in HTML used to manage databases, development of web applications, session tracking, build e-commerce sites, etc. This gives them the freedom to choose which database is best suited for the application to be developed.

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The Move Away from Monolithic Application Development

DevOps.com

Shifting from monolithic application development Businesses need agility to deliver better services, meet changing requirements, and seize new opportunities as they arise. At the heart of many efforts are applications based on modern development strategies and techniques.

LeanIX Extends Application Management Reach

DevOps.com

At the same time, the company also revealed it has acquired Cleanshelf, a provider of a platform for managing software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. The post LeanIX Extends Application Management Reach appeared first on DevOps.com.

Kong Previews Application Connectivity Service

DevOps.com

at its online Kong Summit 2020 conference, unfurled Kong Konnect, a cloud service through which developers can leverage application programming interfaces (APIs) and microservices to integrate distributed applications. Kong Inc.,

Insiders' Guide to Self-Service Analytics

Self-service analytics are vital for how your users interact and engage with your application. As you explore analytics solutions for your application, see why self-service analytics can prove critical to the adoption and stickiness of your application.

Web Application Security is not API Security

DevOps.com

Do you follow the same procedures to secure a web application as you do an API? We’ve spoken about API security quite a bit in the past few months because we believe that there are critical differences between API security and traditional web application security.

Top 10 Kubernetes Application Security Hardening Techniques

Aqua Security

One of the main challenges developers face is how to manage security risks when deploying applications to Kubernetes clusters. A great way to address this early is by applying security hardening to the application manifests during the development process.

The Future of Application Development

DevOps.com

What lies ahead for application development? The current state of application development has an often overlooked problem: It’s inaccessible. The post The Future of Application Development appeared first on DevOps.com. Can we look forward to a less hierarchical system?

Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 5)

DevOps.com

This blog series explains how to engineer applications for DevOps. Topics covered in this blog series: • Factors to decide whether an application is a good candidate for DevOps. The post Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 5) appeared first on DevOps.com.

6 Steps to Improving Your Application’s Analytics Experience

No one designs bad dashboards and reports on purpose. So why do so many applications have terrible analytics experiences? Download this ebook for secrets to creating dashboards and reports your users will love.

Applications of Array

The Crazy Programmer

In this article, we are going to go through the application of an important data structure of any programming language. Applications of Array. The post Applications of Array appeared first on The Crazy Programmer.

Dockerizing Your Node.js Application

Dzone - DevOps

Docker has made it possible for developers to package their applications and share them with others. Today, we will walk through a simple tutorial demonstrating how you can build a simple ‘Hello World’ application—and we’ll be Dockerizing it. Create An Application.

Data pipeline components are just normal applications

Xebia

A data pipeline component is nothing more than a normal application. It goes through the same lifecycle as any other application: the component is developed and tested, an artifact is built and finally it gets deployed.

Data pipeline components are just normal applications

Xebia

A data pipeline component is nothing more than a normal application. It goes through the same lifecycle as any other application: the component is developed and tested, an artifact is built and finally it gets deployed.

4 Approaches to Data Analytics for Your Application

Selecting the right solution for your embedded analytics is crucial to the success of your application. But with so many solutions and vendors, how do you make this critical selection? Learn about the different approaches to analytics and the pros and cons for each.

How a Real-Time Chat Application Works

The Crazy Programmer

The most significant feature of the chat application is their ability to relay information immediately the information is sent. Modern versions of many chat applications can support voice and video calls, text messages, emotion icons, among other types of messages.

Web Application Firewalls Aren’t Protecting Cloud-Native Apps

DevOps.com

Your web application firewall (WAF) is humming at the edges of your network, faithfully blocking malicious attacks before they can do any harm. It consists of signatures, rules, and a sprinkle of machine learning to protect your applications (and user data) from harm.

Continuously Engineering Application Performance

Trigent

The success of an application today hinges on customer experience. To a large extent, it’s the sum of two components, one being the applicability of the software product features to the target audience and the second, the experience of the customer while using the application.

Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 2)

DevOps.com

This blog series explains how to engineer applications for DevOps. Topics covered in this blog series: • Factors to consider when deciding whether an application is a good candidate for DevOps. The post Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 2) appeared first on DevOps.com.

4 Approaches to Data Analytics

As the analytics landscape continues to evolve, application teams who need to embed dashboards, reports, and other analytics capabilities in their applications can choose from dozens of solutions. How do you differentiate one solution from the next?

Best Practices for Application Performance Testing

DevOps.com

When done properly, software application performance testing determines if a system meets certain acceptable criteria for both responsiveness and robustness. The post Best Practices for Application Performance Testing appeared first on DevOps.com.

Adobe Adds Tools for Building Custom Applications

DevOps.com

Adobe this week launched a series of tools intended to make it easier to build custom applications that can be deployed on a serverless computing platform on the Adobe Experience Cloud. The post Adobe Adds Tools for Building Custom Applications appeared first on DevOps.com.

Moving Legacy Applications to the Cloud

DevOps.com

Even in 2021, many companies still run business-critical, legacy applications on-premises, just as they have for the last 20 to 30 years. The post Moving Legacy Applications to the Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com.

Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 6)

DevOps.com

This blog series explains how to engineer applications for DevOps. Topics covered in this blog series include: • Factors used to decide whether an application is a good candidate for DevOps. The post Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 6) appeared first on DevOps.com.

Report by Dresner Advisory Services: Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study

According to the 2020 Dresner Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study, embedded business intelligence is crucial for application success. This report explores the current state of BI and why application teams are increasingly choosing an embedded solution.

Survey Surfaces Raft of Application Security Issues

DevOps.com

The post Survey Surfaces Raft of Application Security Issues appeared first on DevOps.com. A global survey from ReversingLabs found 87% of respondents agreed that software tampering has become a more frequently-used cybersecurity attack, but only 37% said they have any means to detect it.

Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 3)

DevOps.com

This blog series explains how to engineer applications for DevOps. Topics covered in this blog series: • Factors used to decide whether an application is a good candidate for DevOps. The post Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 3) appeared first on DevOps.com.

Consider Telemetry When Rearchitecting Applications

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The post Consider Telemetry When Rearchitecting Applications appeared first on DevOps.com. Application Performance Management/Monitoring Blogs DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Toolbox Features application automation application performance management observability telemetry

Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 1)

DevOps.com

This blog series explains how to engineer applications for DevOps. Topics covered in this blog series: • Factors to consider when deciding whether an application is a good candidate for DevOps. The post Engineering Applications for DevOps (Part 1) appeared first on DevOps.com.

UX and Design Tips for Better Dashboards: Product Manager Laura Klein Explains How to Improve Your Analytics

Speaker: Laura Klein, Principal at Users Know and Author of UX for Lean Startups

No one makes poorly designed products on purpose. And yet we have so many of them in our lives. That's why Laura Klein, product manager and UX designer, has a set of tips to help application teams improve their embedded dashboards and reports.