Developers don't have visibility in production

When CI/CD picks up code from a repo, magic happens. Source code is built with open source libraries and containers, and then automatically deployed to the cloud. It happens fast and it happens all day long. Developers don’t know what version of their code is running, where it is deployed and how it is being used in production. They are flying blind, yet responsible for supporting it.

Platform #1

SREs don't know what's happening in development

Site reliability engineers are managing complex, dynamic cloud environments. They automate infrastructure to receive code deployments from CI/CD, but when something goes wrong, they are screwed. They have no visibility into the development process to understand if the right version of code is deployed, if live issues are being worked on and even who owns the code and who to talk to.

Platform #2

Security pros are flying blind

Security pros manage risk across the the environment, but they don't have the right information to do their jobs. Without visibility into the development process, and the production environment, they aren't able to make effective risk decisions and orchestrate remediation when vulnerabilities are found.

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We close the visibility gap between development and production

Crash Override creates and captures metadata at build time and during deployments, adding a small 'chalk mark' to any artifact including source code, binaries and containers.

We collect metadata such as the commit history, build information like build IDs and build branches, digital signatures from supply chain tools, and metadata about the code owners. You can easily define your own metadata and automate tools to collect it, such as generating SBOMs and running code analysis tools.

Our platform collects this metadata, and correlates it with your source code management system, and your cloud infrastructure, to give developers visibility into production environments, SREs visibility into the development process, and security pros visibility across it all.

Platform #3