- Denali has also been improved with self-guided workflows, templates, and best practices that generate efficiency and alignment around quantifiable objectives.
- Based on reports, Digital.ai is a venture capital-backed firm that has raised USD 313.4 million in debt and equity rounds.
Digital.ai Software Inc., a supplier of artificial intelligence-powered software delivery solutions, announced the release of Denali, the most recent version of its DevSecOps platform that improves web application security.
Denali was created to help businesses use AI’s potential while tackling the challenges of building safe, high-quality software at scale. The latest version enhances the efficiency of crucial programs and is compatible with the newest development frameworks and operating systems.
According to Digital.ai, companies may use Denali to harness AI’s capacity to automate software delivery and coordinate, manage, and orchestrate code from AI-assisted development. Companies can improve their understanding of every stage of the software delivery lifecycle, which reduces development time and increases developer access to knowledge.
Denali has also been improved with self-guided workflows, templates, and best practices that generate efficiency and alignment around quantifiable objectives. In addition, the latest version offers thorough support for developing cloud-native applications. It adds new integrations with AWS Secret Manager, Azure Biceps, Azure Key Vault, and Terraform by HashiCorp Inc.
Since Denali supports more iOS development frameworks and offers ARM protection for iOS applications operating in new environments, enterprise teams can produce large-scale, high-quality, secure apps.
Through enhanced access to product knowledge, more test coverage throughout teams, and improved release orchestration and code governance from AI-assisted development, the service further automates software delivery using AI. Aligning results with company goals, boosting productivity, and strengthening cloud strategy and transformation across hybrid environments contribute to an improved developer experience.
Greg Ellis, General Manager of application security at Digital.ai, said, “Security risks are growing in quantity and complexity. Our new security enhancements for web applications, including the creation of a new proprietary language that is interpretable by a new virtual machine, exemplifies our commitment to continue to make the task of reverse engineering applications as frustrating as possible for threat actors.”
Based on reports, Digital.ai is a venture capital-backed firm that has raised USD 313.4 million in debt and equity rounds. KAAJ Ventures LLC, TPG Capital L.P., and MidCap Financial Inc. are among the company’s investors.