XebiaLabs Launches New DevOps Risk and Compliance Capability for Software Releases
January 14, 2019

XebiaLabs launched an advanced chain of custody, security and compliance risk assessment tracking for software releases available for enterprise software delivery.

According to Derek Langone, CEO of XebiaLabs: “To effectively manage software delivery at enterprise scale, DevOps teams need a way to accurately manage and report on the ‘chain of custody’ and other compliance requirements throughout the software delivery pipeline. It’s also vital for them to have visibility into the risk of release failures or security issues as early in the release process as possible. That’s when development teams can address issues the quickest without impacting the business.”

The XebiaLabs DevOps Platform provides a single pane of glass for technical and business stakeholders to track the release chain of custody across the end-to-end CI/CD toolchain, from code to production. And, with instant visibility into security and compliance issues, teams can take action to ensure that release failure risks, security vulnerabilities, and IT governance violations are resolved early in the software delivery cycle.

XebiaLabs’ latest features for chain of custody, security, and compliance include:

- Enhanced chain of custody reporting that offers a new all-in-one deployment dashboard. This dashboard provides a detailed view into what is being deployed, who is deploying it, and what the deployment status is—no matter which deployment tools are being used or what type of environments are being targeted, whether on premise or private, public, or hybrid cloud. Developers, release managers, and compliance staff can immediately see what is deployed where and track deployments back to feature development and delivery.

- New security risk dashboard for software releases that combines automated risk assessment for software delivery pipelines with detailed security and compliance information from commonly used tools such as Black Duck, Fortify, SonarQube, and Checkmarx. Visualizing security risk helps teams shift security and compliance activity left, so they can detect application vulnerabilities earlier and address them during development—before those vulnerabilities make it to production.

- New at-a-glance compliance overviews that summarize IT governance violations for common standards such as OWASP, PCI 3.2, and CWE/SANS. Compliance scanning activity and rule violations are presented in an easy to digest format that makes sense for technical, business, and compliance teams who are part of the software delivery process.

The XebiaLabs Deployment dashboard and Security and Compliance dashboard are available now.

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