Pinpoint the code responsible for the incident and find the root cause in your codebase. Understand the code's functionality to verify the issue.
Reduce time to resolution by supplying response teams with actionable details, like links to all affected code.
Fix the root cause and confirm the same issue doesn't reoccur in other areas by locating the code pattern and automating fixes across your entire codebase.
Current tools don't enable teams to quickly get to the root cause of an incident and ensure it doesn't reoccur. What does that mean for you?
Cloudflare engineers use Sourcegraph's code intelligence platform to refactor and debug faster. With Sourcegraph, they can quickly identify out-of-date code libraries by only searching certain repositories while excluding specific file types. And it's easier to search for error logs. As a result, the team can feel confident they've addressed each issue.Read the Cloudflare case study
Automate the deployment of fixes everywhere and at scale. With Batch Changes, you can automate code changes and monitor the merge status of each resulting PR. Refactor code to replace insecure functions, update vulnerable packages, or modify container configurations across hundreds of repositories.
Visualize fixes in progress and track their deployment. With Code Insights, get visibility into remediation efforts and share progress with team leaders and all of your customers.
Close the loop on your incident response efforts. After finding the root cause, use code monitoring to track whether similarly unsafe code is ever merged. Get alerts and stop incidents before they occur.
Quantcast is confident it won't miss any affected code
“Sourcegraph's search gave us confidence because we knew we wouldn't overlook anything: Sourcegraph returns all search results, it doesn't drop or elide them.”
— Simon Law, Staff Software Engineer, QuantcastRead the case study
Nutanix proves the Log4j vulnerability no longer affects its codebase
“Isn't it nice when you can just run a report and say, 'Here it is' or 'Here it isn't?' Much better than having to say, 'Well, boss, I think we got it all.'”
— Jon Kohler, Technical Director of Solution Engineering, NutanixRead the case study
In the biggest security vulnerability incident since Heartbleed, Sourcegraph co-founder and CEO Quinn Slack shares how you can find affected code, automate fixes, and track progress.
Using open source code can jumpstart development, but it can also expose you to security vulnerabilities. In this post, learn how to design an effective vulnerability management process that can make dependencies visible and mitigation less time-consuming.
In early 2021, Sourcegraph stored infrastructure and service passwords in private repositories. Learn how Sourcegraph Security Engineer André Eleuterio moved every secret to a secure vault and used Code Search to ensure the move was successful and complete.