Intelligently Map Software Architecture
CodeLogic’s Map instantly generates a dynamic and complete view of software architecture in real-time. This groundbreaking visualization tool combines detailed end-to-end code-level dependency mapping with runtime analytics so you can pinpoint emerging architectural issues, speed up development cycles, and accelerate remediation when problems occur.
Dynamically Drill Down into Your Architecture
CodeLogic’s Desktop Client helps you to reverse-engineer and interactively visualize application architecture.
With the Desktop Client you can start at a high level and interactively drill down into architecture in multiple views. Plus, you can isolate problem areas using search and filtering to focus on specific application dependencies and connections.
CodeLogic’s Desktop Client uses a color-coded legend to reveal the number of relationships and types of entities displayed, which can be selected and deselected to focus your analysis.
Analyze Impact and Document System History
CodeLogic’s Web Client reveals software architecture at a high-level and cascades down to the schema level, giving you clear insight into dependency connections and relationships.
Within the Web Client you can apply Impact Analysis to selected entities, allowing you to analyze planned code changes in advance and accelerate development cycles with clearer decisions and timelines.
Along with deep code-level analysis, CodeLogic’s Map keeps a detailed record of changes so teams can stay on the same page and build collaboratively. The Web Client is accessible to people and systems anywhere, allowing teams of all sizes to be better-informed at every stage of development.
Remediate Less with Architectural Guardrails
CodeLogic’s Map allows you to set custom rules that govern and flag deviations from architectural policy. With CodeLogic’s guardrails in place, system administrators can receive alerts of rule violations to mitigate risk before code is deployed.
CodeLogic’s Map also assists when an outage or security breach occurs by automatically tracking change history within your system, helping teams to locate problems and fix root causes faster.
By setting smart guardrails and tracking change history, you and development teams can preemptively determine fragile areas, mitigate risk, increase repair time, and sustainably future-proof software applications.