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Integrating Anchore Scanning with Gitlab

This will walkthrough integrating Anchore scanning into a Gitlab container image build pipeline. During the first step, a Docker image will be built from a Dockerfile. Following this, during the second step Anchore will scan the image, and depending on the result of the policy evaluation, proceed to the final step. During the final step the built image will be published and reports will be generated.
This approach differs from previous posts where an Anchore engine service has been accessible from the build pipeline.

Integrating Anchore Scanning with CircleCI

This will walkthrough integrating Anchore scanning into a CircleCI pipeline. During the first step, a Docker image will be built from a Dockerfile. Following this, during the second step Anchore will scan the image, and depending on the result of the policy evaluation, proceed to the final step. During the final step the built image will be pushed to a Docker registry.

Add Container Security and Compliance Scanning to Your Codeship Pipeline

This will walkthrough integrating Anchore scanning into a Codeship pipeline. During the first step, a Docker image will be built from a Dockerfile. Following this, during the second step Anchore will scan the image, and depending on the result of the policy evaluation, proceed to the final step. During the final step the built image will be pushed to a Docker registry.

Integrating Anchore Scanning in a Codefresh Pipeline

As Docker usage has greatly increased, it has become increasingly important to gain a better understanding of how to securely configure and deploy Dockerized applications. The Center for Internet Security published 1.13 Docker Benchmark, which provides consensus based guidance by subject matter experts for users and organizations to achieve secure Docker usage and configuration.