What's New: looking back on the second half of 2023

What's New: looking back on the second half of 2023

As 2023 came to an end and we move into the next year, it's time to take a look back at what we've been up to over the past few months. We've had an amazing year (you can read all about it in detail on our blog and LinkedIn) and our teams have been hard at work improving our tools and expanding offerings to make your open source journey smoother and more secure. 

From role-based access control to improved integration options, throughout Q3 and Q4 we've made some new updates that we're excited to share with you. Buckle up and let's dive into what's new at Debricked! ✨


What have we released in Q3 & Q4?


Enterprise Single Sign On (SSO) 

Centralized user and access management

We have streamlined our user management and enhanced security by enabling Single Sign-On (SSO) integrations as part of our onboarding process. This integration allows for a more seamless user experience, as you can now authenticate with your own SSO provider to access our tool, eliminating the need to create and remember separate login credentials. By integrating your SSO provider with Debricked, you will have immediate and centralized access control, as the authentication is handled by the SSO provider. Learn how to set it up here.


Role-Based Access Control

Introducing access rights and levels

Until now, we provided only two access levels for our users: company admin and non-admin. The new feature catered to our Enterprise customers extends these options to give you better control over what functionality and data can be accessed by different users. This is done by introducing new types of access rights with multiple scopes, levels, and more customization! Learn more about those user roles here.


C# Root fixes

New way of fixing C# vulnerabilities

Last year, we released the Root Fix, which helps you get a clear overview of your dependencies, trees and relations, as well as all associated vulnerabilities. Most importantly, it gives you a clear direction on how to fix all of your vulnerabilities, both direct and indirect. We offer support for a few selected languages and this quarter C# is joining the list. This includes NuGet with .csproj and packages.lock.json files. See the total overview of our supported languages and file formats here.


At Scale Integration

Integrating multiple repositories made easier

Here at Debricked, providing an easy experience getting started is of utmost priority. Over the last quarter, we’ve worked on a series of documentation and solutions native to different CI/CD tools, helping you integrate multiple repositories as smoothly as possible. So far, we’ve released materials for GitHub Actions, Azure Pipelines, Bitbucket, and Gitlab, but there’s more coming your way in the upcoming months!


What’s next?

Of course, we are not done yet! We are currently working on new features and improvements coming in the first half of 2024. This includes the release our brand new Select browser extension, manifestless matching for Java & C#, as well as Reachability Analysis for Java.

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, make sure to subscribe to our Product Updates page to receive notifications every time we post an update and stay in the loop.

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