Developer-first security on AWS
Build and run your applications securely on AWS
Snyk integrates with AWS application and security services to help modern organizations manage application risk across code, open source dependencies, containers and IaC configurations, accelerating their app modernization and migration to the cloud — securely.
DevSecOps on AWS
As a strategic security partner for AWS, Snyk is technically validated to work seamlessly across your AWS environment, integrated with the AWS services you use to build and run your apps.
Automated security from dev to prod
By connecting app and cloud security through developer-driven workflows, Snyk gives dev and security teams a security feedback loop to secure the entire software supply chain across all the code, dependencies, containers, and IaC.
Integrated across AWS app and security stacks
Snyk automates security controls across the AWS application stack, and sends security and audit events to the services customers use to manage security risks across their application fleet no matter where your developers work.
Preferred strategic security partner on AWS
Snyk has achieved both DevOps and Security Competencies, as well as Service Ready designations for AWS Lambda and Amazon Linux. Snyk is also a key source of software package vulnerability data powering Amazon Inspector.
Everywhere developers work on AWS
Snyk integrates directly into your iterative DevSecOps workflow on AWS.
Snyk integrates with the services you use to build and run your apps
Snyk gives you the actionable fix advice you need to keep your AWS workloads secure from the first line of code through production.
Reduce risk while boosting productivity
Empower developers to drastically reduce the time it takes to find and fix security issues across the AWS application stack.
Scan open source packages using Snyk’s unique first-party integration with AWS CodePipeline.
Automate security controls in CI/CD using Amazon CodeCatalyst and monitor for security issues.
Scan container images in Amazon ECR and leverage base image upgrade recommendations.
Leverage Amazon EventBridge to build near-real-time notification and response workflows around Snyk audit logs and security issues.
Leverage flexible governance and deep security intel
Snyk offers security practitioners the flexible controls and visibility needed to standardize security and enforce best practices across their AWS environment without disrupting the speed of development.
Leverage Snyk’s vulnerability insights within Amazon Inspector to prioritize the most severe vulnerabilities first.
Use custom security and license policies to define acceptable security and legal boundaries and automatically apply them.
Use role-based access controls (RBAC) and monitor Snyk audit activity across your applications in AWS CloudTrail Lake.
Ingest Snyk security findings into AWS Security Hub to help visualize and route security events to automated workflows.
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Snyk and AWS are better together
Learn how customers are using Snyk to secure their applications on AWS.
How Peak AI ensures security of customer data with Snyk and AWS
The security of customer data is a top priority for Peak so they’ve implemented Snyk to quickly find and resolve any vulnerabilities. Peak procured Snyk through the AWS Marketplace which streamlined the procurement process and allows the Peak team to keep all of their builds in one place.
10X Banking Ensures End to End Platform Security with Snyk and AWS
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