DevSecOps

How to Build a DevSecOps Pipeline in Jenkins

Updated:
February 21, 2022
Written by
Abhay Bhargav

How to Build a DevSecOps Pipeline in Jenkins - Part 1

It’s the holy trifecta of security testing: Source Composition Analysis (SCA), Static Application Security Testing (SAST), and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST). We’re taking on all three!

In this 2-part series, AppSecEngineer instructor Nithin Jois is taking you through the specifics of building a security pipeline using SCA, SAST, and DAST in Jenkins. Specifically, he’ll be creating this pipeline for a Python application.

In Part 1, he’ll be going over all the configurations necessary in building a DevSecOps pipeline, and in Part 2, he’ll be running the pipeline and looking at the results it generates.

This video features one of AppSecEngineer’s signature labs from an upcoming course, DevSecOps with Jenkins, which is part of the DevSecOps Learning Path. Get subscribed to know when it launches!

How to Build a DevSecOps Pipeline in Jenkins - Part 2

In this 2-part series, AppSecEngineer instructor Nithin Jois is taking you through the specifics of building a security pipeline using SCA, SAST, and DAST in Jenkins. Specifically, he’ll be creating this pipeline for a Python application. In Part 1, he went over all the configurations necessary in building a DevSecOps pipeline. In this video, he’ll be running the pipeline and looking at the results it generates. This video features one of AppSecEngineer’s signature labs from an upcoming course, DevSecOps with Jenkins, which is part of the DevSecOps Learning Path. Get subscribed to know when it launches!

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Abhay Bhargav

Abhay Bhargav

Abhay is a speaker and trainer at major industry events including DEF CON, BlackHat, OWASP AppSecUSA. He loves golf (don't get him started).

Abhay Bhargav