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How to deploy secure applications across hybrid computing environments

When businesses look to optimize and accelerate application development life cycles and deliver their applications in public clouds (typically referred to as cloud-native applications), security becomes a greater challenge.

DevSecOps seeks to fit security due diligence into processes that drive speed, agility and continuous delivery. However, DevSecOps may find it challenging to deliver security to continuous delivery processes if they lack automation, orchestration tools and visibility and have inferior application protection.

In this white paper, learn how to ensure the timely development and deployment of secure applications across hybrid computing environments.

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