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Companies are developing and shipping software faster than ever before. The very nature of DevOps means that developers can work in an always-on mode, getting finished products into customers’ hands in a flash.

Despite years of progress towards a security-first mentality, AppSec is often a manual and ticket-driven endeavour, viewed by developers as a blocker to getting products shipped. And while countless tools are available today to automate and optimise the process, they often don’t allow teams to connect the dots and prioritise issues. 

With the software industry under tighter and tighter scrutiny, the need to shift security left is clear. Testing can no longer be prescribed at the beginning and verified at the end of a build; it needs to permeate throughout the process. Development, operations and security teams need to have a complete SDLC view of vulnerabilities; alerts to issues raised should be accessible by all and prioritised based on a shared understanding so that everyone knows what needs fixing and why.

Bell et al. said it best in their seminal book Agile Application Security:

As well as automated security testing tools that can be easily plugged into developer workflows, the security team should look for ways to make the development team’s job easier, that help the team developer and deliver software faster - and at the same time, more securely.”

By shifting the focus to collaboration, orchestration and automation, companies can build safe products faster.

That’s why we built Uleska. We want development teams to continue writing software at lightning speed without security getting in the way. We also want security teams to see what's going on, configure security checks, and show the value security brings.

Uleska: A self-serve platform that gets you started quickly, and grows with your teams and tech

Over the past few months, we’ve been working on a self-service version of our product to make DevSecOps more accessible and effective to teams starting out. A solution that teams can spin up quickly, and power up as they grow. And the best part is you can get started for free.

Connect: Get started with DevSecOps for free 

  • Login via your source code provider of choice (Gitlab, Github, Bitbucket/Atlassian), Google SSO, or sign up directly to the platform
  • One click integration with your GitHub account
  • Import your projects Easily integrate a wide range of commercial and open-source security testing tools


Run: Utilise the best test tools for the job and get a single set of results

  • Choose from static, container, cloud, and dynamic testing tools
  • Create and integrate your custom tools and scripts
  • Add all your apps and get testing (you get 100 free tests each and every month, and you can upgrade your plan for more)
  • Download generated reports or use our API to include in project reporting
  • Maintain least privilege access for users, allowing them to only see projects and vulnerabilities they should have access to


Automate: Use our CI/CD plugins or CLI client to test where you need to throughout your software lifecycle

  • Integrate into any CI/CD platform including Azure DevOps, GitHub Actions, CircleCI, Jenkins, Harness, CloudBess, and others, or kick off testing suites through our web dashboard
  • Run in blocking or non-blocking mode from your pipeline, and use risk based analysis of the results in your CI/CD logic
  • Track and report changes in your software’s risk over time
  • Automatically calculate the potential cost of a vulnerability and use this to prioritise vulnerabilities accurately
  • Provide engineers with insights into how to fix the vulnerability
  • Group your tools of choice for easy integration to gain full test coverage.


Uleska is self-service application security platform, which allows development and security teams to scale up their application security programs while removing friction and increasing the effectiveness of their efforts. Plus we have a cute dog as our mascot.

You can read more in our documentation, or if you’re ready to get started for free, sign up to Uleska below.


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