Highlight Update Brings Rapid Portfolio Analysis to the Masses

Large and small enterprises have continually struggled with finding a way to manage the software risk inherent in their ever-increasing application portfolio. And now, in a year where companies such as NASDAQ, Knight Capital, American Airlines, and BATS have suffered costly and embarrassing IT failures, software risk is top of mind for every IT executive.
That’s why today we’re announcing an update to our flagship portfolio analysis solution, CAST Highlight, which expands the types of systems it can analyze to unlock the power of portfolio analysis for companies large and small. Its low-cost SaaS model makes it 20 times cheaper than traditional enterprise software, without the need for costly hardware or licenses, and less disruptive for users, ready to deploy in minutes, from any location without the need to transfer source code.

CAST AIP 7.1 update brings relevant & reliable software quality metrics to the enterprise

With a worrying uptick in the number of IT glitches, halts, and crashes that have been plaguing Wall Street and other critical industries over the past year, business leaders are beginning to realize the importance of tracking the software quality and risk metrics of their core business applications to keep them robust and reliable.
That’s why we’re announcing an update to our flagship platform — CAST Application Intelligence Platform (AIP) 7.1 — that makes it even easier for business leaders to analyze and measure the software structure of enterprise-sized applications, and benchmark their applications against competitors in their industry.

New CAST AIP Release: Part 2 – Appmarq

As you may have heard, we are launching a brand-new version of CAST Application Intelligence Platform this month, and we’re giving our readers a special preview of what’s in store for the release in a series of blog posts. In case you missed it, we previously shared details on the new Delivery Management Tool that eases the process of delivering enterprise source code.
For part two of our series, we will look at a new feature which has been integrated directly into the AIP dashboard.

The news enterprise Objective C developers have been waiting for

We have some good news for CAST Highlight users who love Objective C. Your preferred code quality as a service platform has been updated to support your preferred coding language: Objective C, the language behind iOS — which powers the iPhone and iPad — and the Mac OS X operating systems.
CAST Highlight will now give development teams the ability to consistently produce reliable iOS applications, while giving IT leaders insight into where vulnerabilities lie across their entire application portfolio.