Snyk joins CloudBees new Technical Alliance Partner Program as Premier launch member

October 10, 2019 | in Container Security
| By Sarah Conway

We’re thrilled to join CloudBees’ new Technical Alliance Partner Program to take our collaboration with the CI/CD and application release orchestration (ARO) company to the next level. Check out the news from CloudBees’ recent TAPP announcement here

Snyk’s mission is to empower developers to use open source software and stay secure. While scanning and fixing code in a repository is key to securing an application early and often, Snyk doesn’t stop there. Our integrations and plugins for leading CI/CD platforms enable developers and DevOps teams to easily adopt a richer, more dev-first security approach throughout the pipeline. 

CloudBees is an important partner in helping us deliver on our mission. The company is pioneering the world’s first end-to-end continuous software delivery management system (SDM), contributing significantly to Jenkins and Jenkins X, and powering the continuous economy for countless enterprises. 

As partners, CloudBees and Snyk are able to help joint users and customers more easily and elegantly build security into their modern, automated CI/CD software pipeline. As a TAPP Premier member, Snyk will have the opportunity to deliver our broad integrations across the software delivery cycle to new users and customers.

Snyk & CloudBees Integration Today

Developers are already benefiting from close Snyk and CloudBees collaboration on the hosted CI/CD side. The Snyk and CloudBees CodeShip integration ensures CI/CD workflows check for security vulnerabilities with your dependencies and ensures your dependencies are up-to-date.

Meanwhile, Jenkins developers can also easily generate a Snyk Security task pipe and add it to a Jenkins file to get started. You can learn more here about how to install the Snyk plugin within Jenkins to quickly track, identify, and remediate issues that could jeopardize your application’s security over time. We expect this partnership to fuel richer collaboration between Snyk and Jenkins and Jenkins X communities. 

What’s on TAPP for CloudBees & Snyk?

In addition to sponsoring and exhibiting at KubeCon (booth S15), Nov. 18 – 21 in San Diego, we’ll be co-hosting an evening event on Nov. 18 with CloudBees. Join us for hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, socializing, and a look at what’s ahead for Snyk and CloudBees. We hope you’ll swing by our KubeCon booth or our CloudBees event. To learn more or get invited to our CloudBees/Snyk event, drop us an email at: sarah.conway@snyk.io.

In any case, there’s no need to wait until KubeCon, you can try Snyk today! Register for a free Snyk account and get started finding and fixing vulnerabilities.