Upstream base container images for your containerised applications that are both well-maintained and secured. With Secure Containers you will be able to access our dedicated catalogue of images, specifically designed to meet the best practices and security needs of organizations that rely on containerization for their production workloads.
Keeping your containers secure and updated can be a daunting and time-consuming task.
We do recognize it can be difficult to stay on top of everything, and that's why we are here to help: our team of experts can take the burden of maintaining base images off your shoulders, while you concentrate on you core business.
Thanks to our mix of automated solutions and security specialists oversight, we can ensure your images are always up-to-date and secure.
As our container base images catalog is continuously maintained, we provide our users with updated vulnerability reports and a weekly summary of the most important changes and updates.
Our summaries include detailed descriptions of new releases and deprecations, as well as end-of-life and support reports, to help you plan your future updates.
Docker official images are a great starting point for your projects as they provide a convenient, well-documented, and well-tested base for your applications.
Unfortunately they are also a great starting point for attackers, as they are often based on outdated operating system packages that are known to contain security vulnerabilities.
SIGHUP Secure Containers give you the best of both worlds: a convenient starting point for your projects, and a secure base for your applications.
Secure Containers are built with best practices in mind and include preconfigured observability exporters ready to be integrated with your monitoring tools, a comprehensive catalog of rootless and standard containers, an entire library of examples to speed up adoption by your teams.
Our mission is to enable organizations of any size to adopt cloud native technologies. Secure Containers come with enterprise-grade support and a dedicated team of Kubernetes solutions engineers ready to help.
Comprehensive Container catalogue and 1-month free trial
Proactively patched against all known CVEs and vulnerabilities
Best of both worlds: innovation of OSS, security of Enterprise-grade
Notifications, support status and planned obsolescence
Best-in-class Support and clear SLAs
Secure Containers beyond Security
Simple, predictable pricing
SIGHUP Secure Containers supports a comprehensive list of popular software stacks and open-source projects, with an ever-growing catalogue of supported container images, and we are constantly adding new images to our catalogue.
|An open-source, cross-platform framework for building modern apps, supporting Windows, Linux and macOS, and optimized for cloud and microservices.
|A functional, concurrent programming language built on the Erlang VM. It is designed for building scalable, fault-tolerant systems and emphasizes developer productivity and code maintainability. It also has an elegant syntax, inspired by Ruby, and a powerful macro system.
|A language designed for building concurrent, distributed, and fault-tolerant systems, developed by Ericsson, used in various industries, with built-in garbage collector and lightweight processes for concurrency.
|A build automation tool for Java and JVM-based languages, using a Groovy-based DSL, customizable and extensible, with support for incremental builds for better performance.
|A build automation tool for Java projects, using an XML file to manage dependencies, settings, and plugins, following a convention-over-configuration approach for easier and efficient builds.
|An open-source, free version of the Java SE Platform, compatible with the Oracle JDK, widely used, and maintained by the Java community, and supported by companies like Red Hat, IBM, and Oracle.
|An open-source web server and servlet container for Java-based web apps, implementing Java Servlet, JSP, and EL specifications, providing "pure Java" HTTP environment, widely used and popular for building and deploying Java web apps.
|A server-side scripting language well-suited for web development, embedded in HTML, used with various web systems, frameworks, and popular for creating dynamic web pages, e-commerce sites, blogs, and content management systems.
|A high-level, interpreted language widely used for web development, scientific computing, data analysis, AI, with simple and easy-to-learn syntax, supporting multiple programming paradigms, with a large and active community providing a wealth of libraries and frameworks.
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