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SDD324-R5 - [REPEAT 5] Setting up a DevSecOps pipeline to automate vulnerability scanning of Docker images

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A container image is built up from a series of layers. It is incredibly difficult and time-consuming to manually track all of the files, packages, libraries, and so on that are included in an image along with the vulnerabilities that they may possess. This session guides you through setting up automated vulnerability scanning using AWS CodePipeline to scan your container images for known security vulnerabilities and to deploy the container only if the vulnerabilities are within a defined threshold. All attendees need a laptop, an active AWS Account, an AWS IAM Administrator, and a familiarity with core AWS services.

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