Throw Down the Gauntlet

Security As Code

It Ends Here

As DevOps continues to gain traction, a growing number of compliance, security, and sanity testing tools have appeared for CI/CD pipelines. With a little forethought, however, Gauntlt ticks so many boxes that, to my mind, it should be the first CI/CD tool to try.

Spread the word, and keep the interest in Gauntlt alive and kicking.

The Author

Chris Binnie’s latest book, Linux Server Security: Hack and Defend, shows how hackers launch sophisticated attacks to compromise servers, steal data, and crack complex passwords, so you can learn how to defend against such attacks. In the book, he also shows you how to make your servers invisible, perform penetration testing, and mitigate unwelcome attacks. You can find out more about DevOps, DevSecOps, Containers, and Linux security on his website:

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