Jenkins is one of the most well-known CI/CD tools out there. Organizations both large and small rely extensively on it to automate their workflows. Automation of this kind is particularly useful in Static Application Security Testing (SAST).
In the SAST with Jenkins course, we’re going to learn how to automate SAST tools in Jenkins for a bunch of programming languages including Python and NodeJS. We’ll also look at integrating multiple SAST tools with Jenkins. All of these lessons will be taught with extensive hands-on labs to give you a firsthand practical perspective.
Next, you’re going to be creating basic jobs to run SAST scans. Once a scan is complete, it’s critical to analyze the results generated. You’ll learn how to save those results as artifacts, and also using plugins to publish these reports. Finally, we’re going to look at how you can go about failing the builds based on the SAST scan results.
AppSecEngineer’s video lessons and labs have been carefully crafted to deliver high-quality training while helping you retain as much of it as possible. All our material is designed to deliver real-world problem-solving experience. When you finish this course, you’ll be able to directly apply what you’ve learned to set up and automate SAST scans with Jenkins.