Codecov for Enterprises

Establishing and maintaining well-tested code at a large organizations while continuously onboarding new team members is hard. Rapidly delivering on major engineering initiatives at the same time makes it even harder.

How Codecov Helps Enterprises

Codecov helps large organizations establish and maintain healthy software testing habits, meet regulatory coverage requirements, and ensure every developer is comfortable evolving a massive codebase without fear.

Codecov is available as SaaS or can be self-hosted.

Improve Code Coverage by 30% in 4 Weeks

For organizations starting with coverage under 70% Codecov has historically been able to improve coverage by ~32% within 30 days.*

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Maintain Code Quality on Growing Teams

Your team is constantly growing and evolving. Onboard new team members quickly and safely by putting in clear governance for coverage using Codecov’s coverage gates.

Coverage Gates

Effectively Measure Code Coverage On Legacy Applications and Monoliths

Measure code coverage for your legacy applications and monolith repositories in a more organized and time-efficient manner using Codecov’s flags and carry-forward flags capabilities.

Carryforward Flags

Maintain Regulatory Testing Compliance

Codecov can help you ensure compliance with coverage regulations like DO-178B, IEC 61508, ISO 26262, and many more.

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Modernize, Migrate, and Evolve Applications With Less Risk

Whether you’re migrating to a microservices architecture or reducing technical debt on a legacy application. Codecov can help measure and track your code coverage, identify unused code, and ensure your developers feel safe evolving the codebase.

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1k+ Enterprise Customers

Over 1K enterprise rely on Codecov to maintain code coverage and ensure the quality of their code.

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What people are saying...

Azure DevOps

@AzureDevOps

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CircleCI

@CircleCI

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Drazi BTLM

@drazisil

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Sourcegraph

@srcgraph

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WhiteSource

@WhiteSourceSoft

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Bitrise

@bitrise

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StackShare

@stackshareio

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Billcountry πŸ‘»

@Billcountry

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Andreas MΓΆller

@localheinz

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Gerhard Preuss

@lippg_

@codecov provides great PR comments! You see a separate #coverage for your newly added code (patch)! Give it a try https://t.co/oBGvIYta7g https://t.co/mM2D4Oq0E1

AndreaGriffiths11

@ALAColombia

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Tom Hu πŸ₯‘

@thomasrockhu

Amazing write-up on integrating @codecov with #Swift projects https://t.co/P085rdOeYr

Alejandro de la Vega

@elneurozorro

TFW when you thought someone commented on your pull request, but it just @codecov telling you to step your testing game up. https://t.co/IMM1GF3s53

Daniel G A Smith

@dga_smith

Who’s says Code Coverage cannot be pretty? @codecov @PSI_Code #compchem https://t.co/QBPTd7QMtV

gap-system.org

@gap_system

Thanks to @codecov+@travisci+@appveyor! We achieved 68% test coverage at https://t.co/oZ0F4gn8KK https://t.co/ZFQKqaGaTh

Eduard Urbach πŸ’»

@eduardurbach

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Josh Rosen

@jshrsn

. @codecov is amazing; I've been integrating it into @databricks' open-source Scala projects and it's been a smooth process so far.

Carbace Gollegtor

@GillesCornu

Tip: @codecov setup is totally awesome! "Java 8, Maven 3, JaCoCo" built by @travisci and reported to @github PR :) https://t.co/B3znBubhti

Felipe Caparelli

@fecaparelli

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Jorge Luis Malla

@JorgeLuisMalla

Continuous Integration using Travis, Jacoco and Codecov on a Java Project, here the link to Github. https://t.co/cE0Dcpvpvo https://t.co/wObZekRPrv

Aleksey Kulikov

@alekseykulikov_

Top 10 Github Actions by usage: 1. Checkout 😺 2. Setup Node.js 😺 3. Setup Python 😺 4. Setup Java JDK 😺 5. Upload Artifact 😺 6. Setup Go 😺 7. Setup .NET Core SDK 😺 8. Download Artifact 😺 9. Codecov 10. GitHub Pages action 😺 – Built by Github πŸ‘‰https://t.co/BUltiR7Ca4 https://t.co/Ixub8L4FbG

CodeShip

@CodeShip

Codeship integrates with @codecov for code coverage. Improve your code quality and enhance your dev workflows. https://t.co/PexQiQ1B2v

Nir Galon

@nirgn975

@nirgn975 But then I discovered @codecov. They basically scan my repo for coverage reports and merge them for me. It's so easy I'm in love!! https://t.co/jHvmmnVK2Q

Bocadillo

@bocadillopy

We just equiped our CI pipeline with @codecov. Proud to announce a 96% test coverage! βœ… (Catching up on those last 4% ASAP πŸ™Œ) Besides a brand new badge on the repo, a full coverage report will be brought to every new PR. Excited to see this improve the code review process. https://t.co/Gqeo8sR3p3

fasterthanlime 🌌

@fasterthanlime

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Karoy Lorentey

@lorentey

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wadearnold

@wadearnold

Added @codecov to my #golang builds on @github. What an awesome reporting tool beyond % of coverage. https://t.co/JY0fR9VymL