What’s new in Snyk?
May 21st – June 9th, 2019
Here’s the first installment of our bi-weekly updates on what’s new in Snyk.
We launched our integration with Docker Hub earlier this year; now we’ve embarked on adding more and more features and improvements to help manage your container security:
- When importing container projects, you can now manually enter the name of a single image for import, including the image tag. The tag defaults to latest when omitted (i.e. my/image instead of my/image:1.0.2). When ready, click Add selected repositories.
- We’ve added instructions for Dockerfile remediation directly from the UI. The instructions appear per vulnerability per project.
To enjoy using this, run
npm install -g snykand upgrade your Snyk CLI to at least v1.168.0.
- Linux and upstream vulnerabilities for which there is a fixedIn version are now calculated and displayed as Fixable in Reports.
Integrations & plugins
As part of our efforts to ease integration configuration, we have added a new flow when new users onboard and for in-app integration configuration instructions, for Bitbucket Cloud repositories.
V2 of our Jenkins plugin was released not long ago, so it’s even easier to integrate than before. In just five minutes, add a Snyk step to your Jenkins projects and ingrain security checks into your ongoing CI/CD workflow.
- If we haven’t added support for the tools you use yet, we invite you to send us your suggestions and requests! You can now send new integration suggestions to us directly from our Integrations page, as you work with Snyk.
- There is also a new search field from the Integrations page, making it easier for you to find the integration you need quickly.
New things you can do with the Snyk API