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Example Case: Using DevSecOps to Redefine Minimum Viable Product.

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posted on 2024-03-12, 21:26 authored by Joseph YankelJoseph Yankel
In 2023, I had the pleasure of working with a group of talented interns who joined the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) for the summer to gain insight into the research we conduct and experience in applying the concepts we study and develop. This SEI blog post, authored by the interns themselves, describes their work on an example case in which they designed and implemented a microservices-based software application along with an accompanying DevSecOps pipeline. In the process, they expanded the concept of minimum viable product to minimum viable process. I’d like to thank the following interns for their hard work and contributions:
  • Evan Chen, University of California, San Diego
  • Zoe Angell, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Emily Wolfe and Sam Shadle, Franciscan University of Steubenville
  • Meryem Marasli and Berfin Bircan, University of Pittsburgh
  • Genavive Chick, University of Georgia


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