Integrating Bridgecrew with Bitbucket now includes pull-request scan results within the PR view. Utilizing the Code Insights API Bridgecrew now presents important development information directly on pull requests inside the product, This enables you to proactively diagnose potential issues, shorten test cycles, and improve code quality.
Our new bi-directional integration with Jira Cloud enables creating a new user story with all the information required to respond to a recently found misconfiguration.
Reporting Bridgecrew incidents directly into Splunk is now available using a new webhook connector. This integration enables teams using Splunk for alerting, dashborading and reporting to receive Bridgecrew notifications in real time and act quickly to resolve them.
Bridgecrew now inspects Kubernetes configuration files as well as Terraform files that define Kubernetes workloads and identifies configuration errors documented in the documented in the CIS Kubernetes Benchmark. This scanning module supports self-managed clusters, as well as managed Kubernetes engines such as GKE, EKS and AKS.
Bridgecrew integrates with Bitbucket Cloud and is listed on the Bitbucket marketplace. It enables scanning infrastructure as code files stored in Bitbucket repositories.
Send notifications to your Slack workspace and take actions on new misconfigurations directly from your Slack channels. Bridgecrew’s new Slack integration enables quick setup of incoming-webhooks to notify your team.
Easily add infrastructure-as-code scans to your CI/CD pipeline with Bridgecrew’s CircleCI integration to prevent misconfigurations from being deployed.
Bridgecrew now integrates directly with GitHub and can be found in the GitHub Marketplace. It enables scanning infrastructure as code files stored in GitHub repositories. It also supports opening pull request to fix issues and include additions or replacements of missing or misconfigured arguments.
Bridgecrew performs a static code analysis on CloudFormation templates. CloudFormation scanning supports the evaluation of variables.
Bridgecrew now scans for AWS credentials in EC2 user data, Lambda environment variables, and Terrafrom providers.