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StackHawk Releases First Dynamic Application And API Security Testing Solution For GitHub Advanced Security
StackHawk announced it’s integration of Dynamic Application and API Security Testing into GitHub Code Scanning. As the first and only Dynamic Application and API Security Testing tool in GitHub Code Scanning, StackHawk further solidifies its position as a leader in developer-centric security tooling.
UPSTACK, a profitable, fast-growing platform that transforms the architecture and sourcing experience for businesses seeking cloud and internet infrastructure solutions, announced that it has acquired CloudAdvise, a technology infrastructure advisory firm serving midmarket and enterprise organizations spanning the globe. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Betty Blocks, a leading enterprise no-code application development platform for citizen development, announced it has raised $33 million in funding. The round was led by European Private Equity and Venture Capital investor SmartFin Capital. Also participating were existing investors Morse Investments and NIBC Bank.
Circular Edge to Showcase AtomIQ for Oracle Cloud ERP Users to Rapidly Design, Build & Deploy Enterprise Mobile Apps
Circular Edge, a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), enhances its investment in the Oracle user community to support customers across all ERP solutions who are adopting mobility and maximizing low-code/no-code (LC/NC) automation, which will be highlighted at Ascend 2021.
More Than a Quarter Of C-level Execs Unaware Of Low-code, No-Code Revolution, According To CLEVR Survey
CLEVR, the company that helps enterprises accelerate their digital transitions through the enormous power of the Mendix low-code and no-code (LCNC) development solutions, announced the results of a survey that shows a shockingly high number of executives from North America have yet to hear about no-code and low-code software development.