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Mike Larkin, Founder & CTO

What is the best way to observe application behavior at runtime?

When a developer wants to know what an application they've developed is doing, there are a number of different techniques that can be used. 

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Kiran Kamity, Founder & CEO

The 4 Stages of DevSecOps Maturity

Over the last couple of years, we’ve had deep conversations with more than 100 organizations regarding current AppSec practices and plans for adding security into their DevOps pipelines. Based on our learnings from these conversations, enterprises can...

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Vikas Wadhvani, Product Manager

SBOM: the 1st Step Towards Defending Against SW Supply Chain Attacks

Recent cyber-attacks involving SolarWinds, the Colonial Pipeline, and JBS have put a spotlight on software supply chain vulnerabilities and highlight the immediate threat software supply chain attacks pose for organizations big and small.

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Amy Fenwick, Director of Marketing

How Engineering Teams Go From Good to Great with Runtime Observability

Have you ever contemplated why some teams, whether they are sports teams or business teams or any kind of team, move from good to great? Is it luck or conscious effort? According to Jim Collins, author of Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the...

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Mike Larkin, Founder & CTO

Why aren't developers rushing to use observability?

Are there no observability tools purpose-built for developers?

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Amy Fenwick, Director of Marketing

You can't spot all vulnerabilities with only static code scans!

A static code scanner is not sufficient in today’s DevOps-microservices-containers-world. You need RUNTIME observability into the application’s security, privacy, and compliance. Developers need to know if their code or a 3rd party’s code can cause...

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Vikas Wadhvani, Product Manager

With the pressure to release fast, how in the world can developers ensure they're releasing secure code with no known vulnerabilities???

With today's modern apps, developers cannot be expected to keep abreast of all findings in the security space and go over source code of all dependencies to see if there are any vulnerable usages. There's just not enough time in the day...

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Amy Fenwick, Director of Marketing

DeepFactor's Key Take-Aways from DeveloperWeek 2021

DeepFactor is honored to have an article that covered one of our speaking sessions, Breaking News: DevSecOps is Broken Without RUNTIME Observability, published on InformationWeek.com.

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Darshan Sunderesh, Head of Bangalore Operations

DeepFactor Launches Observability-as-Code

Integrate Security Observability into CI Pipelines What’s the big news? DeepFactor launches Observability-as-Code with it’s latest product release v1.5. Similar to how ‘Infrastructure-as-Code’ enables DevOps engineers to orchestrate infrastructure...

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Kiran Kamity, Founder & CEO

How to detect code execution risks in your app by observing millions of live telemetry events

Detecting and remediating code execution risks is a key aspect of shipping secure applications, but several of these risks aren’t detected by SAST or DAST tools. What do you mean by ‘code execution risks’? We define code...

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John Day, Customer Success Engineer

So you think you know the behavior of your containers? Would you stake your job on it?

WEBINAR: January 26th @11:00a.m. PT You’ve developed a fabulous application in a container/ Kubernetes Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline. The application works as it...

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Kiran Kamity, Founder & CEO

DAST & Observability: Made For Each Other!

DeepFactor seamlessly integrates Continuous Observability and OWASP ZAP to deliver powerful runtime security insights to developers. If you are thinking about only using a dynamic application security testing (DAST) tool in your...

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