Secure open source components in containers with Red Hat and Synopsys
Build and deploy applications and containers securely and at enterprise scale.
You use containers to rapidly build, deploy, and scale applications. But as your clusters grow, securing the open source components inside containers becomes more painful. You need solutions that will scale with your container deployments. By integrating Black Duck with Red Hat OpenShift, you can automatically scan, identify, and monitor all your container images to gain visibility into, and control over, any security vulnerabilities or policy violations found in the open source code that exists in your containers.
Black Duck for OpenShift
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Secure open source components in containers deployed in Red Hat OpenShift
Synopsys has partnered with Red Hat to establish a scalable and secure method for containerized application delivery. Black Duck for OpenShift provides proactive monitoring of all container images in an OpenShift cluster to give teams visibility into, and control over, the risks associated with open source components in container images.
Black Duck performs deep container file inspection to automatically inventory all open source components and identify and monitor open source security, quality, and compliance risks. Various events can trigger a Black Duck scan, such as a pod creation, a push into the OpenShift integrated registry, or a Quay webhook.
Synopsys and Red Hat integration architecture
Black Duck for Red Hat OpenShift can help you establish a scalable and secure method for containerized application delivery.
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Application and Container Security Integrated Seamlessly With Your Red Hat Product