Open Source Libraries & Security Vulnerabilities

What are open source libraries?   In the modern software development environment, open source code is publicly accessible, meaning anyone can see, modify and distribute it. Over the past decade, open source code has become more and more popular. Today, it’s used by companies of all sizes across all industries. The use of open source libraries […]

How to set up a ServiceNow CI/CD environment

Table of Contents If your DevOps teams are using ServiceNow, you may be wondering how to implement CI/CD or Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (or Delivery). Is it even doable? And if so, what is the best way to do it? Firstly—yes, implementing CI/CD on ServiceNow is possible. However, because ServiceNow isn’t as mature as other platforms, […]

Quality Gates: Why your DevOps Pipeline needs them!

Here at Quality Clouds we are firm believers in sustainable CI/CD pipelines. This means embedding quality right at the heart of a continuous process with effective quality gates. QA and testing should be a priority right the way through your SDLC. As should being proactive in technical debt prevention and having an effective release management […]

Continuous Quality – The Missing CI/CD Ingredient

The problem with CI/CD   Over recent years CI/CD has become a mainstream concept in modern SaaS development. The approach is becoming increasingly popular among top performing organizations. In a recent Gartner study, 51% of these organizations were likely to explore new architecture and tools. With a focus on automation and creating a flexible yet […]

Aligning coding in ServiceNow and Salesforce to your own standards

Reading time: 6 min Audience: Architects and developers The out-of-the-box rulesets included in Quality Clouds for ServiceNow and Quality Clouds for Salesforce allow our customers to control the quality of their SaaS deployments. They ensure that any change or customization is implemented according to the platform vendor’s recommended best practices. In addition to this, defining […]

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