New source{d} Enterprise Platform Turns IT Data Silos into Actionable Insights

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A recent press release reports, “source{d}, the data platform for the software development life cycle (SDLC), today announced its new Enterprise Edition with built-in visualization, management capabilities and advanced analytic functions giving IT executives visibility into their software portfolio, engineering processes and workforce. source{d} enables enterprises to aggregate all SDLC data sources into one data lake where they can easily extract, load and transform source code, version control data, project tracking data, build systems data, configuration files and more. Built-in queries and analytic reports abstract away the complexity of analyzing SDLC data history at scale and automatically suggest what metrics to look at while giving users the freedom to build their own.”

The release goes on, “source{d} Enterprise supports most software project management systems and business intelligence tools and ships fully-integrated with Apache Superset, a modern, enterprise-ready business intelligence web application. From CIO to managers, everyone in the IT organization can benefit from customizable analytic solutions for IT modernization and software compliance, cloud-native and DevOps transformation, engineering effectiveness, and talent management. With support for distributed processing across multiple nodes and cross joining of external data sources, source{d} Enterprise is purposely built to handle very large and complex SDLC data and engineering teams. source{d} Enterprise also comes with a series of add-ons in the form of advanced queries and user-defined functions to help enterprises overcome specific challenges such as identity matching or code duplication analysis.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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