Cloudockit: Helping DevOps Find Areas of Vulnerabilities in Their CI/CD Pipelines

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The trend toward shift-left and Agile development has led to the adoption of continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. In this primarily cloud-based development environment, multiple developers work simultaneously on the same codebase, making frequent commits to the code repository.

While this approach helps to accelerate innovation and enables teams to deliver new products to market faster, mistakes are bound to happen. This can create vulnerabilities that expose software applications to malicious activity.

As a DevOps manager, do you frequently ask yourself the following questions? If so, Cloudockit can help!

Are we sharing open-source code?

Are keys and credentials exposed?

Are security settings well managed?

Are we monitoring continually?

Improve Visibility by Introducing Cloudockit in Your DevOps Pipeline

When you can see all of the assets in your environment, it’s much easier to pinpoint potential vulnerabilities and misconfigurations – and work to eliminate them – by implementing best practices and compliance rules designed to protect cloud assets in the DevOps environment.

Cloudockit automatically generates diagrams and technical documentation of your cloud environments. It’s an excellent solution for DevOps teams looking to strengthen security in their CI/CD pipelines. This tool scans the DevOps environment and generates highly visual architectural diagrams that illustrate the various on-premises and cloud assets associated with the CI/CD pipeline, along with all the configurations and connections between them.

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Schedule Scans to Reveal New Issues and Vulnerabilities With No Extra Effort

Scheduling Cloudockit to scan the development environment on a regular basis helps DevOps teams understand the impact of changes.

Cloudockit also enables you to send diagrams and technical documentation to specific drop-off locations to provide immediate access to whoever needs them.

Alternatively, you can generate and receive documentation directly from the pipeline using Azure Pipelines or Bitbucket. Having this documentation on hand empowers you to proactively address issues that may interfere with DevOps activities or service delivery that would otherwise slip by unnoticed until a problem surfaced.