SiliconANGLE reports that technology firm Dynatrace unveiled enhancements for its Application Security Module, which was released last December.
Updates include the extension of automatic software vulnerability detection in Kubernetes-managed environments and machine learning-based risk assessments for applications that run on the runtime environment Node.js. Dynatrace’s Application Security Module provides users with real-time, continuous runtime application self-protection capabilities for cloud-native applications in pre-production and production stages, the company said.
Dynatrace also announced that its core Software Intelligence Platform now has a Cloud Automation Module, which can be used to arrange the application development lifecycle process. This module provides automated quality checking of pre-production applications by using automation and artificial intelligence principles. It also includes a version comparison feature that would allow the automatic restoration of the most stable version and assess the performance of individual release versions if problems arise.
Both the Application Security Module and the Cloud Automation Module will be out in the market within 90 days.
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