vFunction enables continuous monitoring, detection, and drift issues with latest release


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The vFunction Continuous Modernization Manager (CMM) platform is now available, enabling software architects to locate and correct application architecture anomalies by shifting to the left.

In addition, vFunction revealed updates and a new version of vFunction Assessment Hub. To establish baselines and keep an eye out for architectural erosion and drift, CMM keeps an eye on Java and.NET applications and services. It can assist businesses in identifying critical architectural anomalies like newly added dead code or the emergence of superfluous code.

The platform also notifies users when a new service or domain is launched as well as newly discovered common classes that can be added to a shared library to reduce technical debt.

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