DevOps is a journey, not a light switch. There will always be ways to refine your approach, get the most from your procedures, and see better returns. One of the best things you can do is to enable your team with powerful tools to help them maximize their efforts.
Combine that with a new approach and you’re setting yourself up for a productive year. Combining the efforts of your development and operations team streamlines your processes, but that isn’t enough anymore.
Security considerations need to be embedded within every step of your DevOps pipeline to give you the best chance at remaining secure.
Data security is going to be a major concern over the course of the new year. This is why adjusting your Salesforce development viewpoint to a DevSecOps mindset is so essential. There are many potential sources of data loss, corruption, or any other form of breach that have a negative impact on your business, team members, and customers.
The best way to solidify your data security measures is to produce the most secure applications and updates possible. Automation and intentional practices will assist with this.
We thought we’d outline some of the tools that will be necessary throughout the next year to not only maintain proper levels of security but to also optimize the returns from your development efforts.