Find every instance of a vulnerability and start remediating in minutes instead of days or weeks. Use that head start to deploy fixes sooner.
Automate PRs to fix vulnerabilities across your entire codebase so you can be 100% confident you resolved every vulnerability.
Get on top of vulnerabilities by monitoring your repositories for commits when risky patterns and known vulnerabilities enter your codebase.
Existing tooling doesn't enable teams to be agile and effective when responding to security vulnerabilities. What does that mean for you?
Log4j is a prime example of how challenging it is to create a cohesive response across multiple teams in an org.
Sourcegraph enables companies like Nutanix to completely remediate Log4j vulnerabilities across multiple build and artifact management systems, as well as a large monorepo with many component branches and hundreds of git repositories, in under four days, and with 100% certainty.
Vulnerabilities are inevitable, but they don't have to be disruptive. With Code Search, you can find vulnerabilities across your repositories in a single search. Relieve your engineers from manual work, get a headstart on remediation, and act confidently knowing that you've located all affected code.
Nutanix fixed Log4j in days
“The more we dug, the more we realized [Log4Shell] was everywhere and nowhere at the same time… Sourcegraph was the right product at the right time.”Read the case study
Indeed merges code at scale
“On average, I'd say that for every automated merge request that we're able to merge we save an hour. That's a rough but conservative estimate. It shows, though, that if we are doing several thousand automated merges in a year, we're saving several employee's worth of time.”Read the case study
Find, fix, and track vulnerable code quickly across your entire codebase to improve code security.
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