The Black Duck Connector for OpenShift, which identifies and tags open source components, can now scan Red Hat Quay container registry images via a webhook.
Learn how containerization changes the security paradigm, how to prevent security tool misuse, and what M&A participants should know about open source.
To support the launch of Binary Authorization, we’re releasing Black Duck for Google Cloud Build to help ensure your images are free of policy violations.
Modern applications contain over 50% open source components. Do you have an open source vulnerability management solution for your container environment?
Synopsys and Red Hat have established a world-class partnership to enable open source management and application security testing in container environments.
In our container security webinar, Tim Mackey at Synopsys discusses new technology stacks in financial services organizations. Now available on demand.
Secure containers with Black Duck OpsSight, a complementary, automated image scanning solution that supports Kubernetes and OpenShift with a CRI-O runtime.
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In our BinAuthz webinar, Sandra Guo (Google) and Tomas Gonzalez (Synopsys) explain Black Duck’s role in the software signing process. Available on demand.
Building our new Synopsys Operator took some effort, but the results are impressive! Read our tips for creating your own Operator for Red Hat OpenShift.
Open source is eating software, but Red Hat and Synopsys help you build and deploy containers more securely and at scale.