Red Hat announced new capabilities and features for Red Hat OpenShift, the company's enterprise Kubernetes platform.
Anchore announced several updated product features for its users and customers in Anchore Enterprise 2.4.
New feature upgrades in Anchore Enterprise 2.4 focus on scanning, security, vulnerabilities and operations:
- Support for virus scanning of containers, allowing customers to look for malware as part of their CI/CD workflow or before deployment from a registry.
- Security reports have been expanded to allow users to compare two different container images, enabling developers to more easily spot issues in their applications from issues in the base operating system.
- Vulnerability detection has been improved with support for a "hint" file which can prompt for detection of security issues in explicitly declared libraries, useful for language types like Go which don't support a formal package management system.
- Several operational improvements for larger deployments, such as better resource allocation among processes and automated ways to delete large sets of images from the system.
"Containers continue to be the driving force behind the adoption of agile and secure software development practices," shared Anchore CEO and Co-Founder Saïd Ziouani. "By delivering actionable information through Anchore's products in this latest release enables us to further close the gap between feature velocity and security."