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Anchore offers container inspection and compliance solutions for a wide variety of use cases. Whether you are small open source project or a large team in a highly regulated industry, Anchore can help.
We use Anchore Engine to enforce security and compliance checking for production container workloads distributed across dozens of Kubernetes clusters.
Anchore Open Source
Open Source Container Inspection and Analysis
Anchore's open source tools for deep image inspection and vulnerability scanning allow users to perform detailed analysis of container workloads, producing reports and defining policies that can be used in the software delivery lifecycle stack. Our open source tools are the foundation of Anchore Enterprise, a container security workflow solution.
The Most Comprehensive Container
Security Inspection Platform
Anchore performs deep inspection of container images, generating a detailed software bill-of-materials and allowing you to apply specific policy gates and checks for your entire container workload on premises and in the cloud.
Perform a detailed and thorough scan for any known vulnerabilities in your application and operating system packages
Secrets & Passwords
Ensure all secrets are not present in your image including passwords, API keys, and any other sensitive information
Operating System Packages
Anchore performs a thorough scan on your container image to identify any known operating system packages
3rd Party Libraries
Easily identify non-OS third party libraries, including Node.js NPM, Ruby GEM, Python PIP, DotNet, JAVA archives and more
Allowlist elements of your image when performing analysis to ensure that detection does not block the deployment of an image
With Anchore you can easily denylist elements like usernames, user ID’s, licenses, packages, or images in their entirety
Analyze and perform a check on the contents of a Dockerfile or the Docker history for any container image
Identify configuration files, file permissions, unpackaged files, and anything else you’d like to uncover