Application delivery velocity can be tripped up when security vulnerabilities are discovered after an app is deployed into production. Nothing is more detrimental to shipping new features to customers than having to go back and address vulnerabilities discovered in an app or image you already released. At Docker, we believe the best way to balance the needs for speed and security is to shift security left in the app delivery cycle as an integral part of the development process. 

Integrating security checks into Docker Scan was the driver behind the partnership with Snyk, one of the leading app security scan providers in the industry. This partnership, announced in May of this year, creates a vision for a simple and streamlined approach for developers to build and deploy secure containers. And today, I’m excited to share that the latest Docker Desktop Edge release includes Snyk vulnerability scanning. This allows Docker users to trigger local Docker file and…



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