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The business case for earlier software defect detection and compliance

Regardless of the industry your business operates in, software is likely all around it. Software powers our cars, airplanes, and even the medical devices we rely on to diagnose and treat illness...

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Software security begins with flaw-free, standards-compliant code

Research shows that improving code security starts with developers.

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Security in practice: Creating bulletproof software

The ramifications of a security lapse are well known to business executives. Many of the largest brands in the world have paid a heavy price for failing to protect customer information.

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OpenLogic support

OpenLogic support ensures consistent uptime for critical applications that use open source software.

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Using IMSL C on relational data with SourcePro DB

SourcePro DB supports a wide variety of databases and can be used to retrieve, manipulate, and analyze data, including very large data, using the statistical analysis functions provided by the IMSL C Numerical Library.

This paper provides a code example that uses SourcePro DB to harvest data from a database, analyzes that data using IMSL C, and then updates the database with the processed data.

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Overcoming relational database limitations with NoSQL

​Relational databases are the workhorses of the modern database industry. They have limitations, however, when it comes to handling some types of data, in particular the large quantities of free-form data generated through mobile technology. NoSQL databases provide solutions for some of these problems but they introduce another problem in having no single query language that drives them.

This paper examines the problem, surveys the solutions, and answers the question of how to implement the solutions through a consistent API.

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Using Redis with SourcePro DB

SourcePro DB provides a unique feature to manage both relational and NoSQL data through the ODBC connection support allowing connections to industry-leading databases.

This paper describes how to connect and use with Redis, a NoSQL database specialized as a key-value, in-memory data structure store.

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Elixir Enterprise overview

Many applications require user interfaces that are highly graphical, going beyond what is offered natively in the Flex platform. Elixir takes the Flex platform beyond the basics with graphics that business demands.

Learn about the various components of Elixir Enterprise that will allow you to bring powerful images, illustrations, and interactivity to your application.

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Fitting static code analysis into continuous integration

One of the hottest topics in DevOps is Continuous Integration (CI), a software development practice where members of a team integrate their new code frequently — perhaps multiple times per day. Each integration kicks off an automated build and test process to expose any defects and report status as quickly as possible.

Learn about the benefits of CI and how to maximize their impact on your software development practices.

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Visualization overview

Through its C++, Java, and Flex graphics libraries and components, Rogue Wave Visualization portfolio provides the industry’s most comprehensive set of graphics tools for creating sophisticated, highly-interactive, highly-graphical displays. Enabling you to better model, monitor, and analyze your business information.

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Revealed: Automotive sector isn't cut out to secure connected cars

Cars rely very heavily on software. In fact, electronic components can add up to half of cars' manufacturing costs.

New research from Rogue Wave reveals 90 percent of software developers working in the automotive space think it’s difficult to truly secure cars, and over half don’t even think their company has the necessary training/technology.

This is all pointing towards an automotive security crisis.

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Automotive industry: Welcome to the software business

​Remember when a car was just a car? The automotive industry was all about how fast, how far, how safe, and how reliable their cars were. And, they got very good at it, having decades of expertise in developing and promoting safety standards and performance benchmarks to ensure the safety — and loyalty — of their customers.

Enter the connected car. Now, the automotive industry finds itself at a crossroads.

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