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Quickly assess compliance as per your predefined thresholds across your applications.


Perform root cause analysis for compliance failures and take remedial steps for their resolution.


Configure the application pass/fail criteria with different metric thresholds and ensure continuous compliance across DevOps.




adherence with policies and standards


CI/CD pipeline monitoring


reduction in time and effort required to get audit-ready


reduction in issues reported in production

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Continuous Compliance in DevOps

Increase DevOps success with automated compliance and governance.

  • Disjointed Tools

    It’s difficult to identify if developers are following the pipeline, using the pre-defined tools, and procedures for CI/CD.

  • Lack of Automation

    Without continuous compliance automation, teams rely on manual policy checks that are vulnerable to oversights.

  • Lack of Unified Visibility

    With thousands of changes, there’s no easy way to get a quick update on compliance across enterprise projects.

  • Quick Integration

    Integrate disparate tools for near real-time compliance validation using quality gates, automated scans, peer reviews, etc., as part of the pipeline.

  • Automated Monitoring

    Avoid costly compliance failures with autonomous monitoring of pipelines against known certified compliance measures.

  • Process Adherence

    Identify teams deviating from guidelines, policies, and best practices shared with the organization.

  • DevOps Compliance Monitoring

    Gain visibility into the entire DevOps portfolio with data from tools like Jira, GitLab, Amazon CodeDeploy, and more.

  • Visualize Critical Metrics

    Track the percentage of changes following the pipeline tools, PR approvals, peer reviews, and monitor code coverage, error budgets, and more.

  • Eliminate Production Issues

    Quickly assess the completeness of changes and pipeline compliance to avoid risks and stability issues in production.



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What are the business benefits of continuous compliance?
One of the direct business benefits of continuous compliance is increased cost efficiency. Organizations can implement showback and chargeback models to make every team accountable and cognizant of cloud/infra usage costs. It can gradually increase compliance to best practices and prevent losses due to idle capacity or lack of optimization. Further, with increased traceability, teams can quickly resolve application issues and vulnerabilities. This prevents organizations improve their incident management capabilities, leading to uninterrupted customer experience and business continuity.
How to enhance continuous compliance workflows?
The continuous compliance requirements can vary across organizations due to differences in the CI/CD toolchain. However, with the automation of static and dynamic tests and software composition analysis, most organizations can cover a lot of ground. Infrastructure as code can provide significant help in this regard. Additionally, organizations might have to include some specific compliances (PCI-DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, etc.) in their workflows as per their industry and regulatory framework.
What to ensure security and compliance in cloud-native environments?
As organizations adopt cloud-native technologies, security and compliance practices also need to catch up. This is why container security scanning using private registries like Google Container Registry (GCR) has become an increasingly common practice among DevOps teams. It allows automated vulnerability scanning for every new container image pushed to GCR.
What tools does Gathr support for continuous compliance in CI/CD?
Gathr offers bi-directional connectors for a wide range of DevSecOps tools including AWS Inspector, AWS GuardDuty, Black Duck, BlazeMeter, Dynatrace, HackerOne, Nagios, New Relic, OWASP ZAP, PagerDuty, Signal Sciences, Snyk, and more. New connectors are added as per the evolving market trends. You can find the most updated list of connectors here.
What is continuous compliance in DevOps?
Organizations across the globe have adopted DevOps in their pursuit of quick, high-quality, reliable, and resilient deliveries. Continuous compliance aims to bake in security and compliance into DevOps culture, making it a part of tools and processes. It can help DevOps teams reduce operational costs, achieve higher efficiencies, negate potential risks, and mitigate threats quickly. It differs from traditional approaches where security and compliance are often an afterthought and are built around supporting audits and compliance documentation. Continuous compliance in DevOps is a more proactive approach involving high levels of tool integration, automation, and observability into applications, and their underlying networks and infrastructure.