Secure containers with Black Duck OpsSight, a complementary, automated image scanning solution that supports Kubernetes and OpenShift with a CRI-O runtime.
If you’re thinking about using the CRI-O runtime, Synopsys has you covered for securing your containers in Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift. With the release of Black Duck™ OpsSight 2.2.2, CRI-O is supported, and it is the default configuration when you deploy OpsSight through OperatorHub.io, Red Hat OpenShift’s OperatorHub, or the synopsysctl utility.
“Red Hat is very excited about Synopsys’ support of OpenShift 4 and CRI-O. Synopsys tools like Black Duck and the OpsSight Connector bring additive and complementary application security capabilities to our Red Hat OpenShift joint customers. Synopsys has realized the power of Operators by building the Synopsys Operator to easily deploy their security tools.”
—Jason Dobies, Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Black Duck OpsSight secures containers by automatically identifying and monitoring third-party open source in container images in OpenShift. Let’s dissect this sentence:
$ oc get opssightssince OpsSight is now a Kubernetes Custom Resource.
I also want to mention a couple of popular OpsSight deployment use cases we have seen over the past two years with our customers.
Whether you’re just beginning your journey toward container technologies or you’ve been running containers in productions for years, identifying, securing, and monitoring the open source components within those containers needs to be a key part of your process. The good news is Synopsys Software Integrity tools have you covered throughout the entire software development life cycle and into production with Black Duck integrations like OpsSight. The better news is that now you can have complete confidence that OpsSight provides a complementary, automated image scanning solution that supports Kubernetes and OpenShift with a CRI-O runtime.
Dave Meurer currently serves as the senior technical alliances manager on the Synopsys Software Integrity Group’s Business Development team, where he leads technical planning, solution development, enablement, and evangelism with existing and potential strategic alliances and partners of Synopsys. Dave joined Synopsys through the acquisition of Black Duck, where he served in a similar role as the director of sales engineering for North America. Before coming to Black Duck Software, Dave worked for Skyway Software, HSN.com, and Accenture in various management and development roles. When he’s not thinking about joint partner solutions, he plays Uber driver for his five kids’ sports activities. Follow him on Twitter at @davemeurer. He mostly just posts pictures of homemade pizza.