They are mainly two different products.
If your goal is to set the quality on code then SonarQube is your answer.
On the other side, if your main goal is to set high-quality standards in terms of cybersecurity (i.e. both security and compliance with regulations), then Veracode is a better match.
Encrypt means to convert (information or data) into a cipher or code, especially to prevent unauthorized access.
Compression is a reduction in the number of bits needed to represent data.
So the question is, what do we do first? Encrypt or compress during data transmission?
Software Quality Assurance Engineer at ITONICS GmbH
18 July 17
My answer would be Compress first because If you encrypt then your data turns into (essentially) a stream of random bits. Random bits are incompressible because compression looks for patterns in the data and a random stream, by definition, has no patterns. Therefore, i believe to compress first.