Set up an integration

Recap You have created a Snyk account. You now need to tell Snyk where to scan.
You must give Snyk access to your environment, to allow Snyk to scan that environment. The type of integration you need depends on what systems you use, and what you want to scan. See Integrate with Snyk for a full list of integrations available.
You can set up this integration:

Guided process (after signup)

Immediately after you Create a Snyk account, you will see some optional getting started walkthrough prompts. You can choose to provide some information to help Snyk guide your experience, and then follow the prompts to integrate your code repository for a seamless experience.
For example:
Choose integration method
If you select GitHub, then fill in the details as prompted.
Set access permissions
Configure automation settings & authenticate
Finally, you can Import a Project to scan:
Add your first project

Manual process (any time)

You can add an integration to Snyk manually at any point (See Integrate with Snyk for more details).

Example: Git repository integration

To scan code from a Git-based source code repository, you must integrate Snyk to a Git repository integration. Snyk has pre-built integrations for GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, Bitbucket Cloud, and other repositories.
First, log in to the Snyk Web UI (, and select Integrations > Source control.
Select Source control integrations
Select Source control integrations
If an integration is already configured for your Organization, it is marked as Configured.
Next, click the source control system, for example, GitHub, to integrate with Snyk.
Finally, to grant Snyk access permissions to the integrated source control system, enter your account credentials and save your details when prompted.
See Git repository integrations (SCMs) for more information.

What's next?

You can now import a Snyk Project, to tell Snyk what to scan for issues.
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