Orasi Software and Saltworks Security Form New Application Security Venture
Monday, June 6, 2016
Orasi Software and Saltworks Security have announced an agreement to form a new cooperative venture, where Orasi will contribute quality-focused solution sales, support, consulting and training services that leverage Saltworks application security services. The resulting collaboration will offer an all-inclusive security offering of planning, deployment, training and ongoing management services for software development and testing.
Through the partnership customers can leverage security products such as HPE Fortify and receive consulting assistance deploying the product and integrating it into their existing HPE solution bases. Through the same resource, they can also receive security training and testing (both SaaS and on-premise), as well as the help of an on-demand application security program manager to ensure development teams are following the standards that lead to consistently secure code.
Saltworks built its reputation leading the development of one of the original automated Web application scanning tools, as well as the secure code libraries and development environment that supported the ground-breaking product. Saltworks’ secure SDLC services range from best-practices education to ongoing third-party validation.
Orasi is a leading provider of software, support, training and consulting services leveraging strategic industry partnerships to offer automated testing, application performance management/intelligence, test data management and coverage, continuous delivery/integration, big data and mobile technologies to enable customers to focus on a complete software quality lifecycle.
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