Operating SonarQube is easier than ever
We've made running SonarQube easier and more secure than ever. SonarQube has been security-hardened to U.S. Department of Defense standards (i.e. STIG-hardened), with a Docker image per edition on Docker Hub and in the DoD's Iron Bank. That plus a Helm chart for Kubernetes support make SonarQube easier than ever to deploy.Learn more
Time for Python devs to onboard with SonarQube
Python support hasn’t always been our top focus in the past, and this LTS changes that once and for all. We did what it takes to offer best-in-class static code analysis for Python, making it a no-brainer for Python developers to go ahead and adopt SonarQube.
This LTS adds in-depth analysis to catch the tricky Bugs and Vulnerabilities developers expect, with the sane defaults, high performance and minimal configuration that's standard to SonarQube. We’ve got Python support for up to version 3.9 of the language, in order to properly track issues through all language structures, frameworks, and types. And for teams just transitioning from other tools, there is easy import of Pylint and Flake8 reports, plus the ability to write custom rules.Learn more
C++ brings the rules & performance developers want
With comprehensive coverage of the C++ Core Guidelines and a broad set of C++17-specific rules, we've made following modern best practices easy. And if your shop uses multiple standard versions, managing your Quality Profile gets easy too: enable the rules for all the versions you use and we'll activate them based on the standard version the project compiles to. In addition, we've made several improvements to analysis performance and added support for a broad range of additional compilers.
That's in addition to a significant expansion of security-focused rules, including the detection of buffer overflows in POSIX functions.Learn more