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Fixing a pre-release breakdown in critical banking authentication

How do you launch on time when your team doesn't have the expertise to fix a critical bug in open source code?

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Reduce your open source security risk: Strategies, tactics, and tools

Open source software is here to stay but that doesn't mean that developers can use it without considering the vulnerabilities and security issues they may introduce into their development projects.

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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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Unpacking Open Source with OpenLogic

See how OpenLogic helps streamline open source scanning, reporting and governance, while keeping you on top of the latest security vulnerabilities.

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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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Top automotive security vulnerabilities

Trying to build connected automotive software that’s both bulletproof and secure is a big task; knowing where to focus time and energy can be half the challenge. According to research conducted by CX3 Marketing on behalf of Rogue Wave Software, nearly 90 percent of all detected security holes can be traced back to just ten types of vulnerabilities.

In this paper we’ll explore the ten most common vulnerabilities for 2015, with examples from actual source code, and look at what changes can be made to coding style or processes to avoid them.

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OpenLogic support stack

Rogue Wave OSS experts support hundreds of packages for issues encountered in both development and production environments, ranging from configuration issues to functional failures.

We can support an entire enterprise stack - from monitoring to build tools, and from operating systems to database and big data. OpenLogic support ensures consistent uptime for critical applications that use open source software.

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TotalView for HPC

Faster fault isolation, improved memory optimization, and dynamic visualization for your high performance computing apps. TotalView for HPC is a scalable and intuitive debugger for parallel applications written in C, C++, and Fortran that simplifies and shortens the process of developing, debugging, and optimizing complex applications. Purpose-built for multicore and parallel computing, TotalView for HPC delivers a set of tools providing unprecedented control over processes and thread execution, along with deep visibility into program states and data.

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Prototype to production with IMSL Numerical Libraries

In the development of software that requires advanced math, statistics, or analytics, there is often a disconnect early in the development process. This occurs at the transition from algorithm selection and testing to the beginning of coding in the actual compiled language. We refer to this as the prototype to production transition.

To address the disconnect during prototype to production, we are presenting a method to run IMSL Numerical Libraries routines in R or Matlab. The goal is not to replace the algorithm developer’s tool of choice but to run a compiled version of the code in parallel. Pitfalls can be caught early, and data discrepancies can be resolved quickly by running the script version and compiled version side by side.
 

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Introduction to CodeDynamics

Join Rogue Wave senior director of product development, Bill Burns, as he highlights the dynamic analysis and debugging features of CodeDynamics in this video series.

In part 1, you will hear an introduction to CodeDynamics.  Learn about the main features of CodeDynamics, and see a brief walk-through of it’s modern, and easy-to-use interface.

Stay tuned for additional videos about CodeDynamics.
 

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