Shift Left security early into the DevOps pipeline with Jenkins and Aqua.
With the growing adoption of Containers comes a proportional concern for security. The Aqua Microscanner is an open-sourced tool that can check container images for vulnerabilities.
Led by our very own Melvin Cheng, our latest DevOps Playground in Singapore was presented with our partners Aqua Security. We went through how to set up a simple Jenkins job to build a docker image and scan it for vulnerabilities using the Aqua Microscanner plugin. We’ll then address the vulnerabilities before re-scanning the image.
The steps needed to complete this Playground can be found on our Github repo:
The Playground recording is also available, just head over to the ECS Digital YouTube channel using the link below:
Interested in attending our next DevOps Playground in Singapore? Follow us on Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/DevOps-Playground-Singapore/) to receive a notification about the next event.
Check out the meetups we have at our other global locations:
- London – https://www.meetup.com/DevOpsPlayground/
- Edinburgh – https://www.meetup.com/DevOps-Playground-Edinburgh/
- Pune – https://www.meetup.com/DevOps-Playground-Pune/
You can also find all the information and resources you need about DevOps Playground sessions, upcoming events and past events on our website: https://devopsplayground.co.uk