One of the most popular comparisons on IT Central Station is Kiuwan vs SonarQube.
One user says about Kiuwan, "It is the most effective tool for IT procurement managers and directors. It includes technical debt metrics and is action plan oriented to rejected deliveries."
Another user says about SonarQube, "A usual addition to this tool is the IntelliJ plugin called SonarLint, which integrates into your IDE. Then, it allows you to run the convention rules file by file and receive immediate feedback when making changes. This removes the need to push to the server before finding out what issues you need to resolve."
In your opinion, which is better and why?