SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Wallarm is excited to announce that we have been working with CircleCI to make security easier to implement with Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD). Many development teams rely on CircleCI as their DevOps solution. These are the same teams who look to make their applications more robust by introducing automated security testing before the applications are released into production. To assist these teams, Wallarm is extending pre-built Wallarm FAST deployment automation with a CircleCI shareable package format known as an orb.
CircleCI maintains a registry of orbs produced by both CircleCI themselves and partners, like Wallarm. Anyone using the CircleCI CI/CD pipeline, can grab the Wallarm FAST orb from their CircleCI repo and drop this pre-configured orb into their workflow with ease.
Wallarm FAST is designed to add securing use cases coverage to the existing testing scope. Installed as a Docker container from a CircleCI orb, FAST captures existing functional tests that are a part of a CI/CD pipeline and automatically generates security tests on that basis. Security tests are generated using the Wallarm extensive database of malicious payloads, the knowledge of how attacks are structured and unique efficient protocol fuzzing. Wallarm FAST tests APIs, SPAs and other code fragments, while the software is still in development. This reduces security risk.
DevOps and security teams can use the preset OWASP Top 10 defaults or specify their custom testing policies, for different types of pipelines, including types of parameters to test, payloads, anomalies, and fuzzer settings. The results of the tests such as found vulnerabilities and anomalies can trigger CI actions and get reported into existing bug tracking tools.
"Making software more secure without slowing the pace of feature delivery is a high priority for our customers. Security automation tools integrated with CircleCI can help those on that journey and we're pleased to have Wallarm FAST in our ecosystem helping customers build security into their CI/CD pipelines," said Tom Trahan, VP of Business Development at CircleCI.
Wallarm is used by hundreds of customers, including Fortune 500, to protect and test websites, microservices, and APIs. Security and DevOps teams chose Wallarm Security Platform to increase security test coverage within CI/CD pipeline, gain visibility into hacking attempts, detect and remediate OWASP Top10. Founded in 2013, Wallarm is headquartered in San Francisco, California and is backed by Toba Capital, Y Сombinator, Partech, Runa Capital, and other investors.