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Where just a few months ago we launched Snyk for Serverless, we are now taking it to the next level by launching the Snyk Heroku Add-On. The add-on is currently in beta, which means it's free to try out! We're looking for people to take it for a test drive and provide us with some feedback.
Today we’re happy to announce some great features we’ve added for teams developing and securing software within the Enterprise. Over the last few months, aiming to help more developers stay secure, we have expanded to support, Java, Scala, Python and Go apps and monitoring for vulnerabilities in deployed PaaS and Serverless apps such as Heroku, […]
With Atlassian Summit just around the corner, it’s time for Snyk support for Bitbucket Server to come out of beta. Now you can tightly integrate Snyk with your Atlassian workflow from start to finish—from easily monitoring your projects, to integration with Bitbucket pipelines and even JIRA Software ticket creation. Bitbucket Server support The newly released […]
Since we launched nearly two years ago, Snyk has been focused on making it easier to use open-source code without compromising security. Initially, we focused on Node.js, making sure we built up a robust, developer-friendly tool in the process. Since then we added support for Ruby and Maven and the ability to monitor deployed code […]
Today we’re happy to announce that we’ve launched support for testing Cloud Foundry applications for vulnerable libraries with Snyk! Sign-up and start securing your applications today! Snyk’s tight integration with Cloud Foundry allows Snyk to see exactly what code has been deployed, and which dependencies are used in each droplet. Snyk will test each dependency […]
Hot on the heels of the launch of Snyk serverless integration for Heroku and AWS Lambda, we are launching our next integration with Bitbucket Server, Atlassian’s Git solution for professional teams. The integration is currently in beta, and we’re looking for people to take it for a test drive and provide us with some feedback. […]
Snyk Enterprise is now available on the UK government G-Cloud digital marketplace! Government services can now easily use Snyk to protect their applications against known vulnerabilities in their dependencies—an increasingly important consideration. The other week, ransomware infected roughly a quarter of a million systems in over 150 countries. The WannaCry attack, as it was dubbed, […]
Today we’re excited to announce Snyk’s new solution for securing your serverless functions, designed to easily integrate and protect serverless-based applications! The initial launch features tight integration with both AWS Lambda and Heroku. We’re also working closely with Google, Red Hat and others to integrate directly with their platforms in the coming months. Why Is […]
Last November, we announced that in addition to Node.js support, we were adding support for Ruby. And now it’s time to expand yet again. Today we’re excited to announce Snyk’s support for Java and other Maven supporting languages! Keeping Java projects secure, seamlessly We’re shipping Java support for both the CLI and the GitHub integration. […]
To do security well, you have to do it continuously. Finding and fixing vulnerable libraries once is great, but without monitoring those dependencies and testing code changes, you’ll quickly slip back to being insecure. Snyk’s mission isn’t to get you using our product, but rather to help you be truly—and continuously—secure. To that end, I’m […]
We’re big fans of open-source development at Snyk. It’s why we built Snyk in the first place: so people could safely use open-source dependencies without compromising security in the process. That’s why we’re excited to announce our integration with JFrog’s Xray! Xray helps give organizations a better understanding of the dependencies their application is using, […]