The Chainguard team has released a new whitepaper titled “All About That Base Image.” The whitepaper proposes “quiet” base images, minimal images with few or no security vulnerabilities, and other security features built-in.
The intended audience is software development teams that use containers and are interested in reducing the workload associated with investigating and mitigating security vulnerabilities. The whitepaper helps software professionals better understand the security debt of popular base images by analyzing the number, severity, and lifetime of vulnerabilities. Joining us to discuss how Alpine is the choice for your container base image is Alpine maintainer and Chainguard Engineer, Ariadne Conill.
In this webinar come to listen to the authors of the whitepaper, Zack Newman and John Speed Meyers discuss how to
reduce security debt,
decrease developer workload,
and improve development velocity.
If you are interested in “quiet” base images, minimal images with few or no security vulnerabilities, and other security features built-in, read the “All About That Base Image Whitepaper” and join us for the webinar!