Dependency-Track is an intelligent Component Analysis platform that allows organizations to identify and reduce risk in the software supply chain. Dependency-Track takes a unique and highly beneficial approach by leveraging the capabilities of Software Bill of Materials (SBOM). This approach provides capabilities that traditional Software Composition Analysis (SCA) solutions cannot achieve.
Dependency-Track monitors component usage across all versions of every application in its portfolio in order to proactively identify risk across an organization. The platform has an API-first design and is ideal for use in CI/CD environments.
- Consumes and produces CycloneDX Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
- Consumes and produces CycloneDX Vulnerability Exploitability Exchange (VEX)
- Component support for:
- Operating systems
- Tracks component usage across every application in an organizations portfolio
- Quickly identify what is affected, and where
- Identifies multiple forms of risk including
- Components with known vulnerabilities
- Out-of-date components
- Modified components
- License risk
- More coming soon...
- Integrates with multiple sources of vulnerability intelligence including:
- National Vulnerability Database (NVD)
- GitHub Advisories
- Sonatype OSS Index
- VulnDB from Risk Based Security
- More coming soon.
- Helps to prioritize mitigation by incorporating support for the Exploit Prediction Scoring System (EPSS)
- Maintain a private vulnerability database of vulnerability components
- Robust policy engine with support for global and per-project policies
- Security risk and compliance
- License risk and compliance
- Operational risk and compliance
- Ecosystem agnostic with built-in repository support for:
- Cargo (Rust)
- Composer (PHP)
- Gems (Ruby)
- Hex (Erlang/Elixir)
- Maven (Java)
- CPAN (Perl)
- NuGet (.NET)
- Pypi (Python)
- More coming soon.
- Identifies APIs and external service components including:
- Service provider
- Endpoint URIs
- Data classification
- Directional flow of data
- Trust boundary traversal
- Authentication requirements
- Includes a comprehensive auditing workflow for triaging results
- Configurable notifications supporting Slack, Microsoft Teams, Mattermost, Webhooks, Webex, Email and Jira
- Supports standardized SPDX license ID’s and tracks license use by component
- Easy to read metrics for components, projects, and portfolio
- Native support for Kenna Security, Fortify SSC, ThreadFix, and DefectDojo
- API-first design facilitates easy integration with other systems
- API documentation available in OpenAPI format
- OAuth 2.0 + OpenID Connect (OIDC) support for single sign-on (authN/authZ)
- Supports internally managed users, Active Directory/LDAP, and API Keys
- Simple to install and configure. Get up and running in just a few minutes
Quickstart (Docker Compose)
# Downloads the latest Docker Compose file curl -LO https://dependencytrack.org/docker-compose.yml # Starts the stack using Docker Compose docker-compose up -d
Quickstart (Docker Swarm)
# Downloads the latest Docker Compose file curl -LO https://dependencytrack.org/docker-compose.yml # Initializes Docker Swarm (if not previously initialized) docker swarm init # Starts the stack using Docker Swarm docker stack deploy -c docker-compose.yml dtrack
Quickstart (Manual Execution)
# Pull the image from the Docker Hub OWASP repo docker pull dependencytrack/bundled # Creates a dedicated volume where data can be stored outside the container docker volume create --name dependency-track # Run the bundled container with 8GB RAM on port 8080 docker run -d -m 8192m -p 8080:8080 --name dependency-track -v dependency-track:/data dependencytrack/bundled
NOTICE: Always use official binary releases in production.
Dependency-Track has three distribution variants. They are:
|API Server||Executable WAR|
|Frontend||Single Page Application|
The API Server contains an embedded Jetty server and all server-side functionality, but excludes the frontend user interface. This variant is new as of Dependency-Track v4.0.
The Frontend is the user interface that is accessible in a web browser. The Frontend is a Single Page Application (SPA) that can be deployed independently of the Dependency-Track API Server. This variant is new as of Dependency-Track v3.8.
The Bundled variant combines the API Server and the Frontend user interface. This variant was previously referred to as the executable war and was the preferred distribution from Dependency-Track v3.0 - v3.8. This variant is supported but deprecated and will be discontinued in a future release.
The Traditional variant combines the API Server and the Frontend user interface and must be deployed to a Servlet container. This variant is not supported, deprecated, and will be discontinued in a future release.
Deploying on Kubernetes with Helm
You can install on Kubernetes using the community-maintained chart like this:
helm repo add evryfs-oss https://evryfs.github.io/helm-charts/ helm install dependency-track evryfs-oss/dependency-track --namespace dependency-track --create-namespace
helm repo add evryfs-oss https://evryfs.github.io/helm-charts/ helm install evryfs-oss/dependency-track --name dependency-track --namespace dependency-track --create-namespace
by default, it will install PostgreSQL and use persistent volume claims for the data-directory used for vulnerability feeds.
Interested in contributing to Dependency-Track? Please check
CONTRIBUTING.md to see how you can help!
- Website: https://dependencytrack.org/
- Documentation: https://docs.dependencytrack.org/
- Component Analysis: https://owasp.org/www-community/Component_Analysis
- Twitter: https://dependencytrack.org/twitter
- YouTube: https://dependencytrack.org/youtube
- Slack: https://dependencytrack.org/slack (Invite: https://dependencytrack.org/slack/invite)
- Discussion (Groups.io): https://dependencytrack.org/discussion
Copyright & License
Dependency-Track is Copyright (c) Steve Springett. All Rights Reserved.
Permission to modify and redistribute is granted under the terms of the Apache License 2.0.
Dependency-Track makes use of several other open source libraries. Please see the notices file for more information.