Chainguard, the first developer platform for software supply chain security, today announced the availability of Chainguard Enforce on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. Chainguard Enforce is a software supply chain risk management platform that helps organizations secure every step of the software development lifecycle, by continuously monitoring security metadata to make real-time policy decisions for container application workloads.
The availability of Chainguard Enforce on AWS Marketplace makes it easier for existing AWS customers, software developers, enterprises and small and mid-sized businesses (SMB) to discover, purchase and deploy Chainguard Enforce in their existing AWS account. The platform is available globally on AWS Marketplace.
“Cyber risks, especially ones impacting the software supply chain, are not going away and in fact are on the rise,” said Dan Lorenc, CEO and Founder of Chainguard. “Making Chainguard Enforce available on AWS Marketplace will provide expanded access to the platform to help organizations build confidence in the code they’re running in their production environments and administer policies that protect workloads from supply chain threats. We are focused on making Chainguard Enforce highly available for deployment without friction to organizations’ existing services and partners, and joining AWS Marketplace is an important milestone for bringing Chainguard Enforce to new markets.”
Chainguard Enforce is an enterprise-grade platform that is built on open standards, and can be deployed to protect application workloads in any Kubernetes environment across public and private clouds. Chainguard Enforce is the first tool with built-in support for modern ‘keyless’ software signing through Sigstore. Customers can deploy and define security policies at the organizational level and seamlessly roll out to all existing and new clusters. Enterprises like Block, Inc. have adopted Chainguard Enforce to build a holistic approach to software supply chain security.
As part of the AWS Marketplace, customers can purchase Chainguard Enforce through the channel they prefer, and custom pricing for enterprises is available with Private Offers. If you are at AWS re:Invent this week and want to learn more about software supply chain security, reach out to the Chainguard team to learn more. We currently offer a 30-day free trial for Chainguard Enforce on our website.