What’s New: Product Features released in Q2
Oh how time flies! The second quarter of the year is already over, and we couldn’t have been more excited to share what we’ve been up to over the last couple of months. We’ve done plenty of interesting things (be sure to check out our LinkedIn page to read up), but the highlight of our year so far has definitely been being named leader in the 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing.Now that we’ve got the mandatory bragging out of the way, let’s jump into learning more about all the latest feature releases that will make your day a little better with Debricked ✨ What have we released in Q2? Overview: License Risk & Vulnerabilities Fixed widgetsCompleting the Overview pageAs part of completing our Overview page, we've added two brand-new widgets: The License Risk widget, displaying your current license compliance risks, grouped by critical, high, medium, low, and unknown risk levels. You can customize the data by selecting the repository/branch. The Vulnerabilities Fixed widget, helping you track the value you get from using Debricked. The data presented can also be customized using filters to select the repository/branch and time period. Learn more about the Overview and other widgets here. Debricked CLINew and improved command-line interfaceThe Debricked CLI is our very own command line interface, bringing open source security and license compliance to your project via the command prompt. The Legacy version is still available for use, but will soon be archived, as the new Debricked CLI offers improved usability, faster scanning, easier integrations, and the possibility to install as a stand-alone tool. Find more information about the release here. High-performance scansFaster and more secure way of finding vulnerabilitiesOur new technology allows you to efficiently and precisely resolve full dependency trees for package managers that don’t use lock files. By generating Debricked lock files on your end, we do not have to handle any of your source code. This approach allows for more secure, accurate, and reliable scans, free of the drawbacks that come with server-side file generation. Find out how it works. Performance improvementsUpgraded in-app experienceA goal of every company (including ours!) is to provide its users with the optimal experience. This quarter we released updates improving the performance of our web app, to make sure that it’s as swift for larger accounts as it would be for smaller, providing you with smoother experience. We are proud to share that those updates resulted in a 99% increase in loading speed for the Dependency table page, adding up to an average performance improvement of over 94%!* This enables you to use Debricked seamlessly, no matter how big your account is.*measured using a large account (+8000 repositories) and based on improvements made for the dependency, repository, and vulnerability tables, views, and the search engine. Keep in mind that significant differences might be more noticeable for bigger accounts, as the loading time for smaller accounts had already been minimal. What’s next? Don’t worry, we are not done yet! We are cooking up more major features and improvements coming in Q3 and later this year, including: role-based access control, Root Fixes for C#, the ability to review licences, and further improvements to the automations engine. Missing something? Remember that you can leave a feature suggestion here, and our team will take it into consideration. Curious to learn more? These are just some of the things we’re working on here at Debricked. Join our community to stay up-to-date with everything related to Debricked and the open source universe 🪐 If you’re already a member and would like to be notified every time we post an update, be sure to subscribe to our Product Updates page and keep up to speed.