Secure Kubernetes workloads on OKE

What is OKE?

Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is an Oracle-managed container orchestration service that can reduce the time and cost to build modern cloud native applications. Unlike most other vendors, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides Container Engine for Kubernetes as a free service that runs on higher-performance, lower-cost compute shapes. DevOps engineers can use unmodified, open source Kubernetes for application workload portability and to simplify operations with automatic updates and patching. Learn more about OKE here.

What will you learn?

In this tutorial, you will learn how to quickly deploy and scan Kubernetes workloads running on OKE with Snyk to find vulnerabilities in your open source dependencies, container images, and application misconfigurations.


  • An Oracle Cloud Account.
  • Shell access.
    • Your best option is to use the Oracle Cloud Shell in the Oracle Cloud Console because it includes all necessary tooling.
    • Alternatively, manually configure and install the OCI CLI.
  • A Snyk Business or Enterprise plan.
This feature is available with all paid plans. See Pricing plans for more details.
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