IT specialist Mario Haustein works at the computer center of the Technical University in Chemnitz, Germany. Rookout, a cybersecurity startup based in Tel Aviv, Israel, is rolling out a new cloud-based debugging heatmap today that is designed to quickly identify the buggiest applications in an enterprise. (Photo by Jan Woitas/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Debugging can be a bit like detective work. First a developer discovers a faulty function or webpage through testing, bug reports or user feedback. They then try to reproduce it, develop a hypothesis for the underlying cause, root around the relevant code to make changes and then test to see if it fixes the problem.

There’s a lot of time, legwork and communication involved in the initial information gathering stages of the process. Rookout, a cybersecurity startup based in Tel Aviv, Israel, rolled out a new cloud-based debugging heatmap Thursday designed to quickly identify the buggiest applications in an enterprise and cut down on the time developer teams spend troubleshooting.

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