Gigi Sayfan

Software Engineer

Guest Blogger

Gigi Sayfan has been developing software professionally for more than 25 years in domains as diverse as instant messaging, morphing, chip fabrication process control, embedded multimedia applications for game consoles, brain-inspired machine learning, custom browser development, web services for 3D distributed game platforms, IoT sensors, virtual reality and genomics. He has written production code in many programming languages such as Go, Python, C, C++, C#, Java, Delphi, JavaScript, and even Cobol. His technical expertise includes cloud, containers, DevOps, distributed systems, databases, low-level networking and general software development life cycle.


April 21, 2022


Worst-Case Scenarios: What Happens If You Don’t Do DevSecOps?

Is DevSecOps really necessary? What would happen if an organization adopted DevOps but continued to do security traditionally? Spoiler alert: nothing good...

March 21, 2022


Policy as Code and the Open Policy Agent

See how policy-as-code plays out in Kubernetes — what comes built-in with Kubernetes, and how the Open Policy Agent with Gatekeeper helps Kubernetes operators take policy enforcement further.

February 7, 2022


What DevSecOps Means for Your CI/CD Pipeline

Learn about the key areas to consider when it comes to DevSecOps and CI/CD, so you can make tailored selections of the security features that best match the type of CI/CD pipeline you’ve chosen.

January 20, 2022


How To Do DevSecOps for Kubernetes

Get an overview of security concerns related to Kubernetes, and a look at the built-in security capabilities that Kubernetes brings to the table.

December 15, 2021


Why Security Can’t Be An Afterthought in DevOps

DevOps empowers developers to take full responsibility for the end-to-end process of developing code, deploying it to production, and monitoring it post-release. See how DevSecOps "shifts left" responsibility for security in the DevOps pipeline - from the operations team to the development team.