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Software Composition Analysis is Dead

Ask Anyone Who Knows Anything About DevOps...

Go Fast or Get Left Behind

Using traditional SCA tools to analyze the composition of software applications that have already been built is like driving your father's oldsmobile in the Daytona 500.

It's slow.  It's manual.  And, it's incongruent with the demands of DevOps-native innovation.

In order to continuously deliver software innovation, organizations must embrace DevOps-native tools and processes that enable them to intelligently compose applications from the start.


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Waterfall-native.
DevOps-native.
After the Fact: AppSec and legal professionals use old-school SCA tools to examine the composition of applications after they've been built.
Before the Fact: Development teams use modern tools early in the SDLC to intelligently compose applications from the start.

Analyze Here: Conventional SCA tools analyze application composition only at the CI phase of development.
Analyze Everywhere: Modern tools inform intelligent software composition at every phase of the SDLC.

One at a Time: Conventional SCA tools don't scale due to constant friction stemming from false-positives and false-negatives.
Everything at Scale: Precise component intelligence enables automation you can trust and scale for 10 or 10,000 apps.

People Powered: Traditional SCA tools utilize blacklists and whitelists and depend on manual workflows.
Machine Automated: DevOps-native tooling uses precise intelligence to modernize governance and eliminate manual processes.

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