CodeLogic has launched a developer toolkit called CodeLogic Continuous Software Intelligence (CSI), that scans post-compile binaries, runtime app behavior, and database connections to provide a complete and up-to-the-second picture of infrastructure-wide software connections and dependencies. The platform frees developers from managing break/fix cycles, training new team members, chasing down vulnerabilities for security audits, evaluating technical debt, and other non-coding activities.
The CodeLogic CSI platform exposes all software connections and interdependencies—from code to methods to APIs to databases—by performing post-compile scans of binary code and scanning runtime environments. With CodeLogic, development teams have visibility into software structures not present in the source code itself, including inserted third-party libraries, stored procedure calls, and database connections.
The CodeLogic CSI platform helps dev teams by capturing all code and data dependencies in a searchable graph database. It empowers developers to write code with the ability to see other parts of the system that are connected and analyze what is likely to break.
CodeLogic CSI also helps developers visualize highly complex and interconnected software applications that have become increasingly fragile, too big to comprehend fully and impossible to document accurately. With CodeLogic, teams can accurately anticipate and scope planned projects by fully understanding downstream impacts to reconsider proposed plans and roadmaps before investing weeks of effort.
With increasing security threats, organizations must now maintain accurate maps of REST endpoints and be prepared to respond to zero-day events instantly. CodeLogic CSI allows these activities to be automatically performed in minutes, rather than days or weeks.