Serverless Framework Integration


This topic describes how to use the Serverless Framework. The Serverless Framework is a widely-used tool to develop, deploy, test, secure, and monitor your Serverless applications.

Using the Serverless Framework Integration

To use the integration, do as follows:

NOTE: This example uses Jenkins.

  1. Create a Unified Agent configuration file, with relevant flags to scan the function type you selected (npm, mvn, etc.) and relevant flags for a Serverless scan. Ensure that you do not include:

    • The serverless.includes flag

    • If your file is stored publicly, do not include your API token

  2. Install this plugin: npm install serverless-whitesource.

  3. In the .yml file of the scanned serverless function, add the plugin and the path to the configuration file as so:

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 plugins:          serverless-whitesource         custom:            whitesource:                   pathToConfig: {path-to-configuration-file}  (NOTE: Mandatory parameter)                   pathToJar:      {path-to-jar}  (NOTE: Mandatory parameter)                  # optional parameters, must start with 'wss-' prefix; any valid CLI parameter of the UA can be entered here. for example:                  wss-logLevel: { log level, for example, debug} (NOTE: Optional parameter)                  wss-apiKey: {enter API key} (NOTE: Optional parameter)
  4. Deploy the serverless function: serverless deploy. The plugin will update the configuration file with the path to a .txt file containing the names of the functions found in the .yml file and will run the UA with this config file.