COVERITY SCAN 2011 OPEN SOURCE INTEGRITY REPORT PDF

We are proud to distribute for select suppliers who are leaders in their respective fields. This report is the result of the largest public-private sector research project focused on open source software integrity, origin In , open source projects in Coverity Scan were upgraded to the Coverity 5 development testing platform analysis engine to accommodate significant advances of the maturity in static analysis technology over the past five years — in particular, the ability to find more new and existing types of defects in software code. In addition, the report details the results of over million lines of proprietary software code from a sample of anonymous Coverity users. Key findings from the Scan report include: Over 37 million lines of code from forty-five of the most active open source projects in Scan were analyzed.

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We are proud to distribute for select suppliers who are leaders in their respective fields. This report is the result of the largest public-private sector research project focused on open source software integrity, origin In , open source projects in Coverity Scan were upgraded to the Coverity 5 development testing platform analysis engine to accommodate significant advances of the maturity in static analysis technology over the past five years — in particular, the ability to find more new and existing types of defects in software code.

In addition, the report details the results of over million lines of proprietary software code from a sample of anonymous Coverity users. Key findings from the Scan report include: Over 37 million lines of code from forty-five of the most active open source projects in Scan were analyzed. The average open source project in Scan has , lines of code. The average defect density, or the number of defects per thousand lines of code, across open source projects in Scan is. Over million lines of code from forty-one proprietary codebases of anonymous Coverity users were analyzed.

The average proprietary codebase has 7. The average defect density for proprietary codebases of Coverity users is. Both open source code quality and proprietary code quality, as measured by defect density, is better than the average for the software industry, which is a defect density of 1. Linux 2. Open source code quality is on par with proprietary code quality, particularly in cases where codebases are of similar size.

For instance, Linux 2. Organizations that make a commitment to software quality by adopting development testing as a part of their development workflow, as illustrated by the open source and proprietary codebases analyzed, reap the benefits of high code quality and continue to see quality improvements over time.

Samocha spent nearly a decade at Mercury Interactive, now Hewlett-Packard, where he was instrumental in the development of its quality assurance testing products and building quality best practices within enterprise application development.

His enterprise development and testing experience will be instrumental in bringing development testing best practices to the open source community. About Coverity Coverity, Inc. Coverity is a privately held company headquartered in San Francisco. Coverity is funded by Foundation Capital and Benchmark Capital. Follow us on Twitter or check out our blog.

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Open Source Code Quality On Par with Proprietary Code in 2011 Coverity Scan Report

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