Are you ready to lead smarter software development? Softagram available in Cloud!

Ville Laitila on September 7, 2017

Softagram launched Cloud version at Atlassian Summit.

So far Softagram have been available on as our Enterprise product for on-premise installation. We are happy to announce that our cloud based analytics was launched in Atlassian Summit, San Jose California. Softagram product is available to be deployed directly to our secure cloud-server. With just 2 steps to add your Git repo and see your code and development history fully visualised first time!

We offer 2 Cloud based licensing in top of our existing Softagram Enterprise license (Deployed in customer own server)

  • Softagram Cloud Single
    • Single user license
    • For codebases up to 2 Million Lines of Code, 1 repository per license
    • Starting at 45€/Month (for less than 200 000 Lines of Code)
  • Softagram Cloud Team (Unlimited)
    • Unlimited Users
    • Unlimited Repositories
    • For codebases up to 10 Million Lines of Code
    • Starting at 195€/Month (for less than 200 000 Lines of Code)

Are you the brave one to lead new, smarter, software development?

We are offering limited time free trial versions for the first cloud users with benefits of:

  • Full visualisation to your own software architecture and history
    • Communicate architecture changes or feature reviews with pictures
    • Faster learning and better architecture decisions for new development
    • Find the bottle-necks and problematic locations in ready reports
  • Automated pull-request reports so that you can make faster, intelligent decisions
  • Always up to date, automated software architecture visualisation
  • Cut your new team member learning curve to half
  • .. and much more
Click to see your code analysed now!


PS: See  one example use-case below, to use visualisation in feature-review. Softagram is used to illustrate how Feature (with Jira ID: HDFS-8815)) landed in the codebase of Hadoop

One search, clearer understanding:

  • One view with all components the change affects
  • How they depend on  each others others
  • Colouring showing the amount of total incoming dependencies (criticality) they have) :

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