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CodeSee Enterprise offers ground-breaking code visibility for developer teams

CodeSee, provider of the code visibility platform for detecting, visualizing, and automating code for a maintainable, resilient codebase, is debuting CodeSee Enterprise, enabling developers to better visualize their code workflow. According to the vendor, CodeSee Enterprise is like Google Maps for your code workflow; developers will be able to map their code and services throughout the code lifecycle, regardless of stage. This enhances onboarding experiences, as well as code reviews, code quality, and compliance.

“The previous version of our product was just a map of your codebase, and codebases are really complicated. Today, our enterprise product adds an additional layer of visibility of your services and microservices above the code,” said Shanea Leven, co-founder and CEO of CodeSee. “So now we are able to visualize services, packages, directories, and files, and the functions within them, if you’re in BS code. It gives you an extra level of visibility that enterprises need, because oftentimes, they are multi-repository and have microservice architecture that open-source repos don’t have.”  

As a user-driven, developer-driven enterprise, CodeSee aims to supply its users with visibility across workflows—that has otherwise not been widely offered. Today, it is very difficult to see where your endpoints are being called from within the code, as well as what is consuming them. APIs also require rigid tracking that, up until this point, had been a manual logging process. CodeSee Enterprise automatically detects both endpoints and APIs, and informs users of what is consuming them. Developers strapped for time, or developers attempting to visualize parts of their code not visible before, will be able to leverage CodeSee Enterprise to amplify the power of their code for increased business opportunity.

“We’re strong believers in the power of code visibility tools like CodeSee, as over 70% of companies with more than 1000 employees have or will have a micro service architecture,” said Andy McLoughlin, managing partner at Uncork Capital. “CodeSee is perfectly positioned to not only visualize how your services talk to each other, but how your services connect to your code and automate that understanding in the process. The next era of developer tools is here and we’re proud to continue supporting them.”

CodeSee breaks down their developments within CodeSee Enterprise in a few points, including:

  • Services visualization: every connection between services is automatically detected, visualized, and linked to the code, enabling visibility of their APIs with an underlying code.
  • Code automation: by adding this feature, enterprises will be able to codify and automate code knowledge that is traditionally communicated verbally between developers or within stale documentation.
  • Governance: the launch includes a suite of governance features, for both enterprise and business tiers, allowing Enforced SSO across an organization, disabling public maps, and a user-approval system for joining domains.
  • On-premise option: large organizations will be able to take advantage of CodeSee’s code visibility functions on-prem.

According to Leven, CodeSee has an elaborate roadmap planned for the years ahead. Updates and expansions regarding programming languages, code hosts, service map functions, and further iterations to automation will shape the future of CodeSee and their products.

To learn more about this launch, please visit https://www.codesee.io/.

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