White Paper: Quali
Cloud Sandboxing for Financial Services will ensure that your applications run smoothly on your large and complex infrastructure.
Financial Services applications are becoming more complex and sophisticated – embracing newer technologies while at the same time having to support core services that are based on legacy and on-premises specialized systems.
This whitepaper discusses these challenges faced by Financial Organizations, and introduces the concept of Cloud Sandboxing as an enabler for DevOps processes.
How can sandboxes help you achieve faster application delivery?
How do financial services organizations move to DevOps and deliver secure high quality applications at scale?
How sandboxing provides the basis for good early application compliance security testing?
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