Making it easier to write, test and deploy complex code.
Klocwork 2017.1 introduces a new built-in graphical security report, more MISRA coverage, and security vulnerability checkers. SourcePro 2016.2 includes platform updates, improvements, & ARM evaluation. Akana 8.4 assures complete visibility and management of the API process.
Open source software is leveraged for flexibility and innovation, but can seem impossible to support. Learn the statistics, realities, and results of open source in the field so you can innovate faster without the risk. Read the report.
The new Zend Certified Engineer (ZCE) 2017 PHP test course is now available, bringing the testing current to PHP 7.1. ZCE is globally recognized as the industry standard for benchmarking and validating PHP expertise. Learn more.
Boost software security and create more reliable software. analyze static code on-the-fly, simplify peer code reviews, and extend the life of complex software.
Thousands of customers, including the biggest brands in the automotive, mobile device, consumer electronics, medical technologies, telecom, military and aerospace sectors, make Klocwork part of their software development process.
TotalView for HPC
Faster fault isolation, improved memory optimization, and dynamic visualization for your high performance computing apps...
Why developers need static analysis tools
It's a no-brainer: You need to produce safe, reliable code that's free of security weaknesses and critical defects.
Application Audit service
The Application Audit service helps enterprises understand their open source license obligations.
9 May 17 - Irdeto and Rogue Wave Software team up to provide secure open API offerings for banks and payment service providers
4 May 17 - SD Times: Klocwork 2017.1 released with new security reports
5 April 17 - Speedy PHP 7 Now Available for IBM i via IT Jungle
9 March 17 - Introducing Klocwork 2017 SmartRank defect recommendation engine
23 February 17 - Rogue Wave Software releases 2017 Open Source Support Report
20 January 17 - Justin Reock talks options for open source software support