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Bridget Farrell

YAML

YAML (a recursive acronym for “YAML Ain’t Markup Language”) is a human-readable data-serialization language. It is commonly used for configuration files and in applications where data is being stored or transmitted.

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Workload

A workload is the computational or transactional burden of a set of computing, networking, and storage tasks associated with an application. Similar apps with the same technology and tools can have radically different workloads under different circumstances or during different

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Terraform

Software from HashiCorp for creating infrastructure as code in a cloud service provider’s environment.

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Ticketing System

A ticketing system an application that manages and maintains lists of issues mostly related to a certain application. Tracking systems are generally used in collaborative settings—especially in large or distributed collaborations. A broader concept of a ticketing system can be referred to as

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Source Code Manager (SCM)

Source Code Manager, allows tracking of revisions of code base, each revision usually contains a timestamp, comment and the person who did it. Various revisions may be compared, stored, and merged with other revisions, this helps developers to collaborate on

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SCA

Software composition analysis the process of identifying the open source dependencies of a given code base, the vulnerabilities and risks they introduce to the product and it’s legal constraints (according to the open source packages’ licenses).

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SAST

SAST stands for Static Application Security Testing. In Checkmarx it also refers to CxSAST (see value) – our own SAST implementation. SAST enables developers and security officers to scan static code and find security vulnerabilities during the development phase, in hopes

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