Yes, software development is becoming one of the most prominent and critical industries in the world, but it’s still in the throes of its own evolution — especially as it pertains to DevOps, security, and the need for better Kubernetes service ownership. DevSecOps has emerged as a way to address the need for security within DevOps practices, but this is not the only way to imagine this cultural and practical shift.

If DevOps can simplify the Kubernetes chaos, a similar recipe for success will emerge. DevSecOps and Kubernetes service ownership are both striving for the same ultimate goal — more autonomy, speed, and accountability for DevOps teams. But there is still considerable work to be done. If we want to ship code quickly and securely, with less risk, DevSecOps needs to become synonymous with the secure management of Kubernetes and microservices.

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