Leading web vulnerability scanner acclaimed to include the most advanced SQL injection and XSS black box scanning technology. It tests for SQL Injection, XSS, XXE, SSRF, Host Header Injection and more than 3000 other web vulnerabilities.


A web-based software development environment that runs on an Oracle database. It enables you to design, develop and deploy beautiful, responsive, database-driven applications using only your web browser.


Stands for Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools. An open source software project that supplies reporting and business intelligence capabilities for rich client and web applications, predominantly those based on Java and Java EE.

Bug (Issue) Tracking tools

Jira, Mantis, Confluence, Redmine, YouTrack, Trello, BaseCamp.

Burp Suite

A Java application and is distributed as a standalone Java executable file, with the .JAR extension. Is made to be used by hands-on testers to support the testing process.


Continuous Integration configuration, which allows you to utilize continuous integration in your development process. It supports any language that builds on Linux.


A free IDE that sustains multiple compilers, but oriented towards C, C++ and Fortran IDE.

Continuous Delivery

An approach of producing software in short cycles, ensuring that the code rapidly and safely deployed, software released reliably at any time, helps reduce the cost, time, and risk of delivering changes.


Continuous Deployment (CD)

Updating а server with automated schedule. These updates include code revision, auto/unit test running.

Continuous Integration (CI)

Merging all developer working copies with a shared mainline several times a day.


Stands for Command and Query Responsibility Segregation, a software pattern for interacting with an information system, it can use a different model to update information than the model used to read it, it is well suited to a design by contract methodology.


A web-based application aimed for collaborative code review. 

Crystal Reports

A business intelligence application, currently marketed to small businesses. It is used to design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources.


Stands for Concurrent Versions System, a program that allows code developer to save and retrieve different development versions of source code. It also helps a team of developers share control of different versions of files in a common repository of files.

Apache Mesos

An open source software used for the cluster manager, it provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications or frameworks. 

Apache Spark

An open-source lightning-fast cluster computing technology, designed for fast computation. Has in-memory cluster computing that increases the processing speed of an app.


An application performance management tool, used to monitor, manage, and optimize complex software environments, manage the availability of cloud computing apps.


A user experience platform for developing human-computer interaction technologies based on natural language conversations.


A project management tool designed to help teams track their work, to make easier collaboration and communication. Allows to manage projects/tasks online without the use of email.


Stands for Application Performance Management, the technology used to monitor and manage the performance and availability of software applications, its primary goal is to deliver digital customer experience. 


A community-driven tool used to write code in the latest version of JavaScript, with an emphasis on web-based applications, it helps to compile certain native features down to a supported version.


A Continuous Integration server that automates the process of building, testing and deploying software, it is developed by Atlassian and integrates closely with other elements of the Atlassian suite. 


A web-based project management tool, provides a set up to-dos, a schedule, allows to create and upload documents and files, use team chat and check in regularly with the group. 

Big Data tools

Hadoop, Hive, Pig, Apache HBase, Cassandra, MapReduce (method), Spark.


A web-based system for hosting version control repositories owned by Atlassian. Supports both Git and Mercurial revision control systems; written in Python

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