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Last March, we laid out our commitment to focus on developer experiences to help build, share, and run applications with confidence and efficiency. In the past few months we have delivered new features for the entire Docker platform that have built on the tooling and collaboration experiences to improve the development and app delivery process.
During this time, we have also learned a lot from our users about ways Docker can help improve developer confidence in delivering apps for more complicated use cases and how we can help larger teams improve their ability to deliver apps in a secure and repeatable manner. Over the next few weeks, you will see a number of new features delivered to Docker subscribers at the free, Pro and Team level that deliver on that vision for our customers.
Today, I’m excited to announce the first set of features: vulnerability scanning in Docker Hub for Pro and Team subscribers. This new release enables individual and team users to automatically monitor, identify and ultimately resolve security issues in their applications. We will also preview Desktop features that will rollout over the next several months.
We’ve heard in numerous interviews with team managers that developer velocity is critical, that automation enables this and that images going into production have to be secure. Last month we launched Docker local image scans as preview in Desktop Edge and today we are releasing vulnerability scanning in Docker Hub. Starting now each time that you push images into Docker Hub, a vulnerability scan will run automatically using the same underlying tooling as our Docker Scan CLI. Once the scan is complete, you can review the scan results in your Docker Hub dashboard. Look out for a deeper dive into the Hub image scanning in the coming days.
In this blog I will show you why scanning Hub images is important, how to configure the Hub pages to trigger Snyk vulnerability scans, and how to run your scans and understand the results.
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