Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “application security”
Snyk Integration Capabilities with WebHooks - some examples
TL;DR Integrate your Snyk application security platform by leveraging webhooks into various other external systems such as Microsoft Teams, Azure DevOps Boards, New Relic, DataDog and Splunk. Here are all the necessary links to get started: GitHub Repository: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription Microsoft Teams: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription/blob/main/azure-function-microsoft-teams.cs Azure DevOps Boards: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription/blob/main/azure-function-azure-boards.cs New Relic: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription/blob/main/azure-function-newrelic.cs DataDog: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription/blob/main/azure-function-datadog.cs Splunk: https://github.com/harrykimpel/snyk-webhook-subscription/blob/main/azure-function-splunk.cs Background In the past few weeks I have been quite busy in my spare time to think about new ways of integrating the Snyk application security platform with various other systems and especially also observability platforms.
How to send Snyk Vulnerability data to New Relic using Prometheus?
TL;DR By leveraging a Prometheus Exporter you can send all your application security vulnerabilities from Snyk into New Relic. Here are all the necessary links to get started: Snyk Exporter: https://github.com/lunarway/snyk_exporter New Relic Kubernetes integration: https://docs.newrelic.com/docs/infrastructure/prometheus-integrations/get-started/send-prometheus-metric-data-new-relic/ New Relic Instant Observability Quickstart: https://newrelic.com/instant-observability/?search=snyk Update (2022-09-22) The option that I am describing here is just one way to achieve this. There might even be a more straight forward option available that I started to describe in a more recent post.