Application Security Glossary


CERT is a non-profit program that was developed by the Carnegie Mellon University in their Software Engineering Institute. It focuses on the practices associated with online application security and vulnerability identification with the goal of helping to improve the security … Read More

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CI – Continuous Integration: is a development practice where developers integrate code into a shared repository frequently, preferably several times a day. Each integration can then be verified by an automated build and automated tests. While automated testing is not

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Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is an umbrella term for elastic, on-demand, shared computing resources and services– such as computational power, storage capacity, database usage, analytics, and software applications– delivered as a service over the Internet, typically with metered pricing. The organizations that

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Cloud Infrastructure

Encompasses the servers, virtual machines, storage systems, networking, and other components required for cloud computing and infrastructure as a service. Cloud infrastructure provides the building blocks, or primitives, for creating hybrid and private clouds that deliver cloud computing services.

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Cloud Native

Cloud native computing is an approach in software development that utilizes cloud computing to “build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments such as public, private, and hybrid clouds”. Technologies such as containers, microservices, serverless functions and immutable infrastructure,

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