Integrate Docker Scout with Jenkins

Early Access

Docker Scout secures the complete software supply chain by providing image analysis, real-time vulnerability identification, contextual remediation recommendations, and more. Now available in early access.

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You can add the following stage and steps definition to a Jenkinsfile to run Docker Scout as part of a Jenkins pipeline. The pipeline needs two secrets defined to authenticate with Docker Hub: DOCKER_HUB_USER and DOCKER_HUB_PAT It also needs an environment variable defined for the image and tag.

stage('Analyze image') {
    steps {
        // Install Docker Scout
        sh 'curl -sSfL | sh -s -- -b /usr/local/bin'
        // Log into Docker Hub
        sh 'echo $DOCKER_HUB_PAT | docker login -u $DOCKER_HUB_USER --password-stdin'

        // Analyze and fail on critical or high vulnerabilities
        sh 'docker-scout cves $IMAGE_TAG --exit-code --only-severity critical,high'

This installs Docker Scout, logs into Docker Hub, and then runs Docker Scout to generate a CVE report for an image and tag. It only shows critical or high-severity vulnerabilities.