Press Release (ePRNews.com) - SAN FRANCISCO - Mar 05, 2019 - Sourcegraph, a web-based code search and navigation tool, today announced that version 3.1 is now available on the DigitalOcean Marketplace, a new platform that connects developers with easy-to-use partner-built solutions to enable easier app development, deployment and scaling with DigitalOcean’s signature 1-click simplicity.
Marketplace features a focused ecosystem of partner-built 1-Click Apps — pre-configured software and infrastructure stacks running on DigitalOcean. By listing their solution on Marketplace, Sourcegraph taps into the DigitalOcean’s community of 3.5 million developers to help provide the services, components and tools necessary for modern app development.
“Installing Sourcegraph with a single click means any developer can bring company-wide code search and intelligence to their teams to improve productivity and code quality,” said Ryan Blunden, Head of Developer Relations at Sourcegraph.
As microservices, cloud deployments and globally distributed teams become the norm; engineering leaders are constantly looking for developer tools that increase developer velocity and drive continuous improvement. For developer tools to succeed in gaining widespread adoption, the process of installing, configuring and scaling needs to simple, predictable and cost-effective.
“As developers and small to mid-sized businesses turn to modern apps to power their latest projects, we want to help simplify app creation from start to finish,” said Shiven Ramji, SVP Product of DigitalOcean. “By building upon DigitalOcean’s Developer Cloud to simplify infrastructure, Sourcegraph gets to work for developers and teams instantly without the burden of complex cloud networking and system administration.”
Sourcegraph is a code search and intelligence tool for developers. It lets you search and explore all of your organization’s code on the web, with integrations into your existing tools.
It can index and search tens of thousands of repositories in seconds and brings IDE functionality such as jump-to-definition and hover tooltips to GitHub and other code hosts. Source :