Integrating with CI/CD platforms
Last updated: January 29, 2024
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You can use Burp Suite Enterprise Edition to run CI-driven scans on your CI/CD platform. We also have documents for our legacy solution that used plugins.
CI-driven scans enable you to run Burp Scanner from a Docker container in your CI/CD environment. This is an easy way to integrate Burp Suite Enterprise Edition with your CI/CD platform. It requires you to set up a Burp Suite Enterprise Edition server.
The scan results are saved as a JUnit or Burp XML file. You can view the results of your scans in your CI/CD environment, or in the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition dashboard.
You can run this option on any platform that supports Docker containers, including Jenkins, TeamCity, and GitHub Actions.
For more information, see Integrating CI-driven scans.
CI/CD plugins (legacy)
Our legacy solution was to provide plugins for both Jenkins and TeamCity. We still provide documentation for these plugins for now, to support existing users. This method triggers a scan to run in the Burp Suite Enterprise Edition environment. This is more complex to set up.
For more information, see Using plugins for CI/CD platform integration.
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