Free Webinar: Coverity Software Readiness Manager for Java

 Software, analysis, code

Join Coverity for a web seminar to learn more about Coverity Software Readiness Manager, our newest product for ensuring superior software integrity. Today’s development managers and executives need objective, reliable data so they can make informed decisions about code readiness and risk. Software Readiness Manager delivers key intelligence about your Java code bases, allowing you to:

• Objectively determine if code is ready to ship

• Reliably assess the quality of existing/acquired/outsourced/open source code

• Correlate code coverage with risk to ensure adequate testing

• Prioritize projects based on risk and quality data

On August 13 at 10 a.m. Pacific, Ken Tallman, director of product management, will offer a presentation and demonstration of Software Readiness Manager for Java. Learn how to collect and analyze essential data such as code complexity, violation of best practices, architectural integrity, interdependencies, and test coverage. See how this product makes it easier for you to determine code quality, accurately assess risk, prioritize refactoring, and assess software readiness with more precision than has ever been possible before.

To register for the webinar,Please click the link below:
http://tinyurl.com/6geecs

About Coverity

Coverity (http://www.coverity.com/), the leader in improving software quality and security, is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco. Coverity’s groundbreaking technology enables developers to control complexity in the development process by automatically finding and helping to repair critical software defects and security vulnerabilities throughout the application lifecycle. More than 450 leading companies including ARM, Phillips, RIM, Rockwell-Collins, Samsung and UBS rely on Coverity to help them ensure the delivery of superior software.

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