Anchore is now seamlessly integrating with GitLab to simplify security and enforcement workflows for developers and allow DevSecOps practices.
Fremont, CA: Anchore, a leading provider of continuous safety and container compliance, has declared its integration with GitLab, the full DevSecOps platform, provided as a single application. With this integration, companies will be able to simplify security and compliance reviews from the early stages of the development cycle, speed up product development and reduce risks. Anchore also reveals that it has joined the GitLab Partner Network.
Anchore is now seamlessly integrating with GitLab to simplify security and enforcement workflows for developers and allow DevSecOps practices. Anchore performs deep container image scanning that detects vulnerabilities and surfaces in a broad range of security and policy infringements, including vulnerabilities and other risks throughout growth.
"Digital transformation has changed software development practices as organizations seek to deliver applications more quickly and update them more frequently. This shift, combined with increasing cybersecurity threats, requires developers to implement security and compliance checks throughout the DevSecOps life cycle. The integration between Anchore and GitLab helps to automate these DevSecOps best practices for enterprises, government agencies, and open source communities," stated Saïd Ziouani, Anchore CEO and Cofounder.
"Strengthening the software development security and compliance postures of enterprises and public sector organizations is paramount to the missions of both GitLab and Anchore. We are pleased to partner through this integration to help our joint customers to increase their speed to mission delivery and to reduce the risks associated with software development," stated GitLab Vice-President of Global Channels, Michelle Hodges.