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Snyk & Red Hat: The Developer-First Security Experience on OpenShift


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Sponsored by snyk & Red Hat

Wednesday, March 3, 2021
3 p.m. ET

At Snyk, we pride ourselves on being developer-first, so when we noticed Red Hat’s deep investment in the developer experience for OpenShift, we knew we wanted to be a part of that.

Snyk’s “developer-first” security solution empowers developers to quickly find and remediate security vulnerabilities and license issues introduced by open source components in their applications and container images. The OpenShift developer experience is intended to bridge the gap between the traditional OpenShift users, IT Operations, and developers by making their work visible across the OpenShift platform without requiring them to learn new tools. 

We believe that security is best scaled when developers can take security into their own hands, empowered by tools that enable and encourage IT Operations and security teams to participate in, and gain visibility into, the vulnerability remediation process. Through our collaboration with Red Hat, Snyk is seamlessly integrated throughout the CodeReady Toolchain, part of the OpenShift developer experience, to help users of the OpenShift platform realize these benefits, regardless of the team they belong to.

In this webinar, we’ll show you how to fully leverage Snyk’s capabilities within your OpenShift environment. We’ll cover topics such as:  

  • Analyzing dependency security and compliance in the IDE
  • Building security into CI/CD pipelines with OpenShift Pipelines
  • Scan containers for vulnerabilities directly from the OpenShift container registry
  • Continuously monitor your OpenShift environment for newly disclosed vulnerabilities 
Tomas Gonzalez
Partner Solution Architect - Snyk
Tomas Gonzalez is a partner solution architect at Snyk focusing on the DevSecOps ecosystem. Prior to Snyk, he worked similar roles at Synopsys and IBM putting tools into the hands of developers to make them more efficient and their applications more secure.
Parag Dave
Product Manager - Red Hat Developer Tools
Parag is a member of Red Hat’s Developer Tools Product Management team. Parag leads the SaaS and AI solutions for Red Hat Developer Tools. This includes offerings such as CodeReady Dependency Analytics to help developers leverage high quality and secure open source packages in their application stacks; CodeReady Workspaces - a Kubernetes-based development environment and IDE. Parag is a seasoned entrepreneur and has a diverse IT background with over 20 years of experience in enterprise software.

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