Protect Your Live Code with a Security Gate
Easily integrate automated security testing into your continuous integration and delivery tool.
Jenkins CI is one of the leading open source automation server and provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying, and automating any development project. With our plugin, you can seamlessly add RIPS code analysis as a job task to check your build for security vulnerabilities.
RIPS and its easy integration into our DevOps tools enables us to manage our risks and to detect vulnerabilities earlier in the development cycle before the code moves into production.
SonarQube is one of the leading products for continuous code quality inspection. But in today’s world, the detection of security issues is even more important. Our plugin enables to integrate in-depth security analysis directly into SonarQube and to detect security threats and quality issues in a central place.
By partnering with RIPS and by using its extensive automation and integration capabilities, we are able to add another strong layer of security testing to our code base.
GitLab is a single open-source application for the entire software development lifecycle. From project planning with issue tracking and source code management to CI/CD, monitoring, and security. You can easily hook RIPS into GitLab as a build step to automatically trigger security scans and to block vulnerable builds.
Bitbucket Pipelines brings continuous integration and delivery to Bitbucket Cloud, empowering teams to build, test, and deploy their code within Bitbucket. You can easily hook RIPS into Bitbucket as a pipeline step to trigger application security testing and to uncover vulnerable builds.
Using RIPS API, Magento streamlined its Threat Intelligence pipeline to provide automated scanning and threat identification.
Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration and delivery service and the most popular CI system used with GitHub projects. RIPS can be easily integrated into Travis CI as a quality gate to notify developers about new security issues in their code.