Software Resiliency indicates programming best practices that make software bullet-proof, more robust and secure. This index is derived from technology-specific code analysis which searches for the presence of code patterns and bad programming practices which may compromise the reliability of the software in the short term. Higher the Software Resiliency, lower is the likelihood of defects to occur in production.
Thresholds used for Software Resiliency categories:
- Low/Red: below 65.0
- Medium/Orange: from 65.0 to 87.0
- High/Green: above 87.0
Find below some code insight examples which contribute to the Software Resiliency index.