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DevOps as a concept is taking much of the development world by storm, with a great many new tools (like Docker!) providing new and interesting ways to put software onto servers in the mythical The Cloud.
With devops, we have a growing culture of using development tools for working with infrastructure, ensuring that we can describe everything in a repeatable and replaceable way. And, as much as possible, automate it!
Of course, automation programming is still programming, and programming - as we all know - is made of bugs and security holes.
And humans being humans, we're not always the best at being aware of where our risk points lie.
So how do we do this new-fangled devops thing responsibly, and in a way that we can defend it when the blacker hats among us come knocking?