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SourceClear launches integrations across Atlassian stack

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10/13/2016 8:11:46 AM
SourceClear launches integrations across Atlassian stack
Posted Thursday, October 13, 2016 by Christian Hargrave, Assignment Editor

SourceClear launches integrations across Atlassian stack
SourceClear is launching integrations across the Atlassian stack, including Bitbucket Pipelines, JIRA Server, JIRA Cloud, and Bamboo adding a critical layer of security to Continuous Delivery. In addition to Atlassian, SourceClear will bring secure continuous delivery to Travis CI, CircleCI, and CodeShip as well.

These new integrations bring automated security checks into developer workflows, helping teams stay safe while they ship at the pace of DevOps.

The new add-ons in the Atlassian Marketplace enable developers to automatically analyze their projects during every build to stay on top of open source dependencies and identify security vulnerabilities, outdated libraries, and license issues. The SourceClear for JIRA software integration makes it easy to track and fix issues quickly and as soon as they are found.

SourceClear's approach takes a "DevOps first" view of the challenge to keep open source code secure. Previous solutions call for developers to change the way they work, and require sacrifices to speed and agility that slow down the process and are typically met with resistance from developers. SourceClear bridges that gap between security and agility by automating the security process, all from inside the modern developer workflow.

SourceClear provides a deep look into the state of a company's code security. Building safer software and staying up to date with new releases and the open-source licenses you use, just got a whole lot easier. With this Atlassian integration, SourceClear is making Secure Continuous Delivery a reality for the millions of developers working with the Atlassian stack.


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