Security scanning, including container and vulnerability scanning, allows you to detect vulnerabilities in deployable artifacts and running applications. Container scanning can refer to scanning the base image or the running container for known vulnerabilities / security exposures. Containers can have several layers all with third party open source powering parts of the container which need to be regularly scanned.
Continuous Integration Testing is testing that is focused and executed during the CI process. Testing in the CI process allows for rapid feedback, and by design, stops the progression of the artifact if the minimum quality is not met.
Continuing on from part one of the series, we will be leveraging the Harness Platform to further operationalize vulnerability scanning in your CI/CD pipeline.
In this two-part example, we will be trying to deploy a purpose-built vulnerable container [OWASP’s Webgoat] into a Kubernetes cluster.
There are many different continuous integration tools to choose from. We have compiled them all and evaluated them based on a specific set of characteristics.
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