This Use Case discusses how you can apply Machine Learning (ML) to the data you’re collecting throughout your DevOps chain in order to detect anomalies, predict system failures, determine root causes, and more.
When you build your own Python, you can waste days compiling, debugging, verifying dependencies, checking licenses, and so on, rather than coding. This infographic illustrates the pitfalls and offers a better way.
The way to build, monitor and secure open source languages. The first feature set provides runtime security and compliance of programs built with open source languages. The feature set augments ActiveState's language distributions.
Until now organizations needed multiple approaches to track open source software (OSS) dependencies, vulnerabilities, library versions and licenses. ActiveState enables you with a single Platform to centrally manage your open source languages.
Lack of support for open source software often translates into security lapses, costly downtime, and disastrous loss of business reputation. 100% compatible with community open source code, ActiveState's language distributions offer guaranteed support SLAs and regular maintenance updates.
Open source software (OSS) has become commonplace in the enterprise. However, even companies following best practices have been challenged with lawsuits. The ActiveState Enterprise license gives you indemnification against IP infringement lawsuits.
ActiveState's OEM Edition provides organizations with royalty-free distribution rights to embed open source languages in their products. This saves you time, resources and the headaches that accompany managing license compliance on your own.
Building microservices in Go maximizes application scalability and performance while minimizing development costs. ActiveGo includes all the tools for building, scaling and managing microservices so you can get your applications to market faster.