Polarion Software and Klocwork Announce Product Integration Partnership

Date 2013/9/11 8:34:59 | Topic: Product News

Polarion Software and Klocwork have announced a partnership that provides integrated technologies for improving software security verification in regulated environments.
“The collaboration between Klocwork and Polarion is a step forward in making secure coding principles readily available to software developers,” said Gwyn Fisher, CTO, Klocwork. "As a company focused on providing comprehensive software security capabilities, this partnership means our customers are getting improved tools for deep vulnerability and defect detection along with coding standard support. This is a powerful combination.”

Polarion Software develops and markets fully integrated, web-based solutions for Requirements Management, Test Management/Quality Assurance (QA), and ALM that provide full traceability and transparency throughout the product lifecycle. Polarion’s browser-based solutions improve the efficiency of product development and help organizations identify and mitigate risks, improve quality and achieve compliance with safety, risk and quality standards in record time.

With Klocwork's on-the-fly static code analysis tools, security or coding standard violations and defects are detected and fixed at the developer desktop, as the code is being written, instead of after the analysis results are returned, using a central check-in and analysis model. An equally user-friendly, efficient Code Review tool is also part of the portfolio. And Klocwork offers the most comprehensive support for secure coding initiatives, providing compliance with CWE, CERT, SAMATE, DISA STIG and OWASP, as well as industry standards such as MISRA, FDA software validation and ISO 26262.

“Using our joint Klocwork/Polarion plug in, defects detected by Klocwork are easily captured, stored and managed through Polarion QA - This integration will further help customers to meet regulatory and compliance requirements through rigorous coding and testing safeguards. Anyone interested in learning more should visit ourPolarion POP site,” said Regg Struyk, Polarion QA Product Manager.



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