By ET Bureau - June 22, 2022 1 mins read
Slim.AI has announced its beta software supply chain security service at the Open Source Summit in Austin, Texas.
With the aid of this service, businesses will be able to continuously and automatically secure their containers, reduce supply chain risk, and improve their software. DockerSlim, an open-source project from Slim.AI, serves as the base for this service. According to the company, the developer programme will optimize and secures containers by analyzing the code and throwing away unnecessary code.
Additionally, the container’s size can be reduced up to 30 times. Slim tools AI can be used alongside vulnerability scanners and SBOM generators to create a holistic view of the software supply chain.
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