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Understanding and mitigating vulnerabilities in your path to production helps to de-risk business investments, provides opportunities to deliver more secure software to end users at a rapid pace, and removes friction for developers deploying code.
Best-in-class tools like VMware Application Catalog and VMware Tanzu Application Platform help make software secure by design.
Implement DevSecOps practices so you can securely and reliably ship high-quality code to production.
Consulting services from VMware Tanzu Labs helps organizations establish processes that provide greater collaboration between development and security teams.
Addressing these five areas of concern will allow you to integrate security in your software development process and help to mitigate software supply chain attacks.
Tanzu Application Platform provides a deploy time policy to allow app operators to introduce policy in their Tanzu Application Platform supply chain (CI/CD) that blocks any unsigned images.
Tanzu Build Service as part of Tanzu Application Platform builds images and automatically patches them when their dependencies fall out of date, reducing time to remediate CVEs at scale.
With Tanzu Kubernetes Grid and Tanzu Mission Control, developers get easy access to preconfigured clusters that meet compliance and security requirements. Tanzu Service Mesh helps secure workloads, microservices, APIs, and data in transit, preventing attackers from sniffing network traffic. Secure containers in multitenant instances with VMware Carbon Black Container.
“Over half of developers (52.4%) felt security policies stifle their innovation. When security is so simplified and accessible that development teams don’t even realize it’s there, then security not only meets its traditional goals of reducing risks but—more importantly—becomes a business enabler by allowing development teams to be more innovative while increasing compliance and business revenue.”
Forrester Consulting study commissioned by VMware, "Bridging the Developer and Security Divide," September 2021