DevOps & SuperwareTM

In DevOps, the responsibility for ensuring stability and security of software is shifting left, making developers even more accountable for end results. While this is a positive shift, developers are not yet empowered with a global understanding of how the whole system is built. The quality of individual bricks don’t necessarily ensure the safety, resiliency and efficiency of a building, and the same is true with components of software systems. A system level, contextual analysis applied at build phase is a must to ensure Grade-A software and prevent data corruption, breaches or embarrassing outages.

Bad architectural practices account for only 8% of programming mistakes but lead to 90% of production issues.

Dr Richard Soley

Chairman and CEO


Code-scanning capabilities provide developers with feedback on incremental changes . Other code-scanning technologies, like those from CAST, provide architects with insights into code structure, modularity, and dependencies

Christopher Condo & Diego Lo Giudice


We want those tools to get it right the first time. In the last two years, for the same amount of spend we’ve been able to double the number of software releases and the defect number has been reduced by half.

Frederic Veron

Enterprise CIO

Fannie Mae

Integrating system-level analysis into the DevOps pipeline provides the team with the software intelligence needed to increase development speed and reduce rework, while ensuring they drive down software risk in the final system

Peter Kaminski

Senior Consultant

Cutter Consortium