CodeLogic is simple to install and configure
CodeLogic’s lightweight application does not require access to source code or proprietary API calls.
Instead, CodeLogic agents run where your software runs. The resulting data is sent back to a repository that is self-managed inside your organizations’ network (on-prem).
CodeLogic agents are production-ready, deploy in test environments, and provide early validation and notifications prior to a production deployment.
Understand your architectural infrastructure
Development teams can’t easily manage what they don’t know, and up to date documentation of code-level dependencies often doesn’t exist. These unknowns result in technical debt which leads directly to system failures, data breaches, project delays, and breakages.
CodeLogic’s interactive and intuitive dependency analysis starts with a high-level application map and drills down to see code-level relationships and connections. It can be accessed wherever your team is located – so that everyone is on the same page.
Automatically track your change history
Ever had the late-night support call where something broke and you have no idea what changed — let alone how to fix it? With CodeLogic, you can remediate quickly by viewing a chronological record of your system’s history and commits.
CodeLogic’s Governance feature doubles down to enable customized governance rules within your codebase and notifies you of violations to those rules – so you can avoid late-night calls altogether.
Analyze relationships and predict failure points
CodeLogic’s automated engine creates a comprehensive application dependency map, and soon it will go even further by identifying potential weak points in those dependencies. With its predictive analysis and a deep understanding of relational-directed object graphing, CodeLogic can warn you about overloaded references, bad keys, naming that doesn’t follow conventions, dependencies on PII, and more. Not only can CodeLogic help you understand your applications, but it will also help you improve them.