MuseDev Delivers Results to Developers in GitHub Code Scanning UI
October 20, 2020

MuseDev has extended its code analysis platform to deliver bug reports via Github's code scanning UI.

This new integration offers developers an alternative method for viewing Muse results while continuing to provide access to Muse's core workflow of delivering its bug reports as code review comments automatically at each pull request.

MuseDev is a code analysis orchestration platform that helps developers find and fix critical and hard to find security, performance, and reliability bugs, at scale. The platform integrates and orchestrates a broad range of static analysis tools into a single code analysis pipeline, automatically running at each pull request and delivering results as comments during code review.

- Muse finds the most elusive bugs while keeping developers in flow. Built for DevOps, Muse integrates seamlessly into modern development practices with a workflow designed to make it easy for security and developer teams to find and fix errors quickly and collaboratively.

- Muse is an open platform that lets teams select which tools to use, and bring their own. Because there is no one right tool, developers can select from a growing selection of tools, from simple linters to sophisticated tools developed at Facebook and Google. And when existing tools aren't enough, teams can use Muse's BYO API to add their own tools for their specific domains. Muse serves as a central point of integration for automated code scanning, enabling security, development, QA, and audit teams to implement and configure tools to meet each of their needs.

- Muse's advanced analyses are configured for low noise. Code analysis is most effective with a broad range of analyzers, but each tool can generate too many false positives that discourage developer attention. And because this risk increases as more tools are added, all Muse analyzers are configured out-of-the-box for low noise and can be further customized for each project.

The Muse cloud version is available in Early Access on Github Marketplace as a Github App that can be installed in Minutes.

Muse's enterprise platform for self-hosted environments continues in closed beta and interested enterprises can join Muse's beta list. 

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