Code Dx 2.1 Upgrade: Available in Cloud and WhiteHat Support
NORTHPORT, NY: Code Dx Inc., a world leading provider of uniquely powerful software vulnerability management tools, introduces variant 2.1 of its software vulnerability management system. Code Dx 2.1 incorporates key advancements – application availability in the cloud, additional support for its Application Security Testing (AST) Tools by including WhiteHat Sentinel, enhanced JIRA capabilities, and seamless data imports into Code Dx.
The updates incorporated in version 2.1 provides fast and affordable tools that help software developers, testers and security analysts to find, prioritize and manage software vulnerabilities in a more viable way.
Code Dx standard edition version 2.1 is now available for Bitnami users to deploy in public cloud platforms like Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, Oracle Cloud Platform, VMware vCloud Air. Version 2.1 enables automated data imports and allows finding results directly from several third-party AST tools, including Checkmarx, Veracode and WhiteHat. This unique data importing ability benefits users to save significant time by eliminating manual process of importing results in to Code Dx. Code Dx’s latest offering fosters advanced JIRA users to view their custom fields in Code Dx along with a template language to map from Code Dx to JIRA that avails users the flexibility of choice to auto-fill JIRA fields according to their own preferences. Code Dx has enhanced its support through addition of WhiteHat Sentinel SAST, DAST and manual review solutions.
"All of the enhancements in version 2.1 were direct requests from our user community and were designed to accelerate the vulnerability discovery and remediation process and ensure their software is void of any weaknesses that could result in a breach of their data or systems," said Ken Prole, CTO, Code Dx. Further He adds, "We work with organizations of all shapes and sizes that often have very different application security testing needs. We pride ourselves in listening to the unique requirements of each of our customers and enhancing our solutions to specifically address their diverse and ever-changing needs.”
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