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It’s always exciting to see how our users scale their security and compliance efforts by integrating more and more of their projects into Snyk, and project tags make it even easier to manage. Some teams are managing security vulnerabilities and license issues across hundreds of thousands of projects. But as great as this is, it’s […]
As we wrap up February, dive into the JVM Ecosystem report, tune into DevSecOps learnings, catch up on the latest Snyk product updates, and mark your calendar for KubeCon EU! Security news New! JVM ecosystem report 2020 Insights based on a global developer community survey show us that: 36% of developers switched from Oracle JDK […]
Integration with Amazon Web Services Elastic Container Registry (ECR) is one of our most popular use cases with Snyk Container and so we’re happy to announce that we’ve made it simpler to integrate Snyk Container vulnerability scanning within your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and ECR services. As new workloads are launched in EKS it’s […]
We’re pleased to announce improved support for Python in Snyk Open Source, allowing developers to remediate vulnerabilities in dependencies with the help of automated fix pull requests! The Python Packaging Index (PyPI) had more than 14 billion downloads during 2018, a staggering number by any account (because of a mid-year error in the PyPI statistics […]
Our team has recently made some updates to how our reporting looks and feels, making it even easier for you to build out reports on application security that can be impactful for your company. Struggling to put order into chaos? Imagine you’ve just moved into a new house and bought some ‘ready to assemble’ furniture […]
We’re excited to share that you can now scan container images stored in JFrog Artifactory with Snyk Container. Snyk Container helps you find and fix vulnerabilities in your container images and integrates with Artifactory as a container registry to enable you to import your projects and monitor your containers for vulnerabilities, as is fully described […]
Azure Pipelines allows users to focus more time on writing their applications by making it easy to automate their builds, tests, and deployments. Specifically, Tasks for Azure Pipelines enables users to customize and automate an Azure Pipelines CI/CD workflow with a group of ready-to-use tasks that can be inserted into pipelines from the Azure Pipelines […]
Connecting Snyk with the repositories you’ve stored in a source code management system such as GitHub or GitLab and then importing your projects to Snyk is a great way to leverage and benefit from security application testing throughout your core application development workflows. You immediately benefit from continuous security monitoring for any new vulnerabilities detected […]
How exploits in the wild translate into greater risk, how we can evaluate that risk, and discuss how to prioritize and quickly handle your vulnerabilities accordingly.
Last week we launched Snyk Container and today we have an exciting followup to that news. We are releasing a beta of a new Snyk feature to help you find and fix issues with your Kubernetes configuration as part of your development process. SIGN UP FOR THE BETA The configuration problem As we discussed in […]
Similar to our report on Docker image security, we wanted to take a look at the state of vulnerabilities in the public Helm Charts repository. DOWNLOAD HELM CHART SECURITY REPORT Helm is a popular package manager for Kubernetes. As well as being used by developers to package their own applications, the official Charts repository contains […]