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JetBrains releases self-hosted version of Qodana platform

JetBrains releases self-hosted version of Qodana platform

JetBrains is releasing the new Qodana Self-Hosted platform. This platform allows users to manage and maintain it on their infrastructure.

Qodana Self-Hosted is a platform that checks for the quality of written code. It does so using Static Code Analysis, which aims to alert users to potential vulnerabilities in non-running (static) source code. The self-hosted platform is an extension of the offering that became generally available a year ago.

The platform integrates with JetBrains IDEs and VS Code. Thus, the user can address identified vulnerabilities immediately in the IDEs. The platform integrates with several JetBrains IDEs, such as IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm, PhpStorm, PyCharm, Rider, and GoLand.

Compliance and control

The platform will now also be available as a self-hosted version. This gives users more control over their own data, as well as more privacy. This makes it possible to keep project code separated from external infrastructure. For certain profiles, this is necessary because of regulations prohibiting data sharing with foreign cloud providers. Furthermore, the company can better tailor its infrastructure to its needs, bringing performance benefits.

Additionally, companies may prefer this new version of Qodana to perform security controls on a cloud other than JetBrains. For now, the platform only supports AWS, but the company says support for other platforms will come in subsequent versions.

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