Companies of all sizes and in all industries use Sourcegraph's code intelligence platform to understand, fix, and automate across their entire codebase.
You can't fix what you can't find. Remediate vulnerabilities with confidence knowing you found every instance of affected code. Track your remediation initiatives to completion with automated fixes and pull requests. With Sourcegraph, timely resolution is a search away.
“For our new developers, Sourcegraph has been invaluable to get to know the repository structure, to track down where code lives, and self-service during their investigations.”
— Owen Kim, Senior Software Engineer, Convoy
Onboard teammates faster and improve dev velocity by making it easy to search and find code and context. Unlike splintered tooling and knowledge management systems that require manual interaction and upkeep, Sourcegraph helps devs self-serve.
“Every minute matters when responding to a business-critical incident. Downtime = revenue lost. Sourcegraph helps development teams identify the root cause in code, understand why the problem occurred and its potential impact on other services, fix the issue everywhere so it won't reoccur, and assure incident responders that all holes are plugged.”
“If I'm developing code for a library that might draw charts, for example, we don't want 30 different ways to draw a chart at FactSet. With Sourcegraph, I can search the code to find other chart examples, and simply copy the code. This saves us time and ensures consistency.”
— Joseph Majesky, Software Engineer, FactSet
With Sourcegraph, you can find existing code libraries for reuse and avoid spending time on problems you know a teammate already solved. This means a more secure and coherent codebase and more time for you to spend on more interesting work. Sourcegraph makes it easy to:
Engineering teams need to monitor code health across their entire codebase to track and measure code quality consistently. Sourcegraph helps teams figure out the components of code health they have all agreed on and work towards a healthier codebase.