As I was developing the course DevSecOps Hands-On I realised the need for a DevSecOps Framework - covered in my earlier blog post - and a DevSecOps Toolkit.
The DevSecOps Toolkit illustrates the spectrum of tools which can be used for various purposes (columns) across the primary system components (rows). The named open source projects and vendors are examples - it's not possible to be completely comprehensive in a single diagram.
An organisation can use the toolkit to help assess their DevSecOps maturity - ideally there should be at least one tool in each area.
This is a very fast moving field – for example “SOAR” – Security Orchestration, Automation and Response – is a new category created in late 2017.
Paul Schwarzenberger is a Cloud Security Architect and DevSecOps specialist