Using Snyk with CI/CD

Three different use cases for using Snyk with CI/CD

Intro to using Snyk with CI/CD

Why and when use Snyk in CI/CD?

This 3 minute video looks at how CI/CD security scans fit into the software development lifecycle. It discusses the benefits of using Snyk with CI/CD versus (and in addition to) using Snyk in other phases of the SDLC.

Methods of deploying Snyk in CI/CD pipeline

This 2 minute video demonstrates a few different ways to incorporate Snyk as part of the CI/CD pipeline.

To see a repository of CI/CD integration examples, visit: Github repository of Snyk CI/CD integration examples.

Using Snyk to expose vulnerabilities

This short video demonstrates the use case for using Snyk in a CI/CD pipeline to expose vulnerabilities, a step often used at the beginning of the security journey to help teams become familiar with the issues in their applications.

Using Snyk as a gatekeeper

This short video demonstrates the use case for using Snyk in a CI/CD pipeline as a security gate.

Using Snyk for continuous monitoring

This short video demonstrates the use case for using Snyk in a CI/CD pipeline to act both as a security gate and to provide continuous monitoring for the production codebase.

Additional examples and resources

This page provides additional resources to learn more about using Snyk with CI/CD.

To see a repository of CI/CD integration examples, visit: Github repository of Snyk CI/CD integration examples.

To read more about when to choose CI/CD scans over git repository scans, visit: Git repository and CI/CD integrations: comparisons article.

To watch related SnykCon 2021 presentations, visit:

To watch related SnykCon 2020 presentations, visit:

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