We are delighted to announce that Oxford-based AI company Diffblue has been named a Cool Vendor for Agile and DevOps in 2020 by Gartner. The report, released on May 20th, 2020, names the four vendors identified by Gartner in the Agile and DevOps space.

Gartner’s Cool Vendor series of reports is published in two waves each year across various categories. According to Gartner, “Cloud-native architecture provides organizations with unparalleled elasticity, scalability, security and resiliency. These advantages enable DevOps and I&O teams to rapidly deliver scalable solutions that meet the demands of digital business.”

The Cool Vendor reports in the Agile and DevOps space highlight interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services. According to the report, “Cloud-native technologies, AI-enabled test automation and programmable infrastructure transform the way organizations develop and deploy applications. I&O leaders working with application leaders in DevOps teams must consider four cool vendors that simplify the adoption of these technologies.”

“We’re thrilled to be included as a Cool Vendor and recognized by Gartner in the Agile and DevOps space. To us, using AI to write software is ushering in a new era in productivity and speed for software development,” said Diffblue CEO Mathew Lodge. “Having a shortage of good unit tests that quickly find bugs early in the DevOps lifecycle is a key problem, and Diffblue Cover is the only product on the market that writes them 100% autonomously to help both developers and DevOps teams achieve high-throughput software pipelines.”

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