MAIA Software has an internal health adapter service included that continuously checks for dependencies status and licensing. The service has now been deployed into the cloud providing information to MAIA instances.
We have implemented multitenancy in MAIA Software. It’s a software architecture where a single software instance can serve multiple, distinct user groups. In MAIA the tenants are separated to have their own unique database. This step is taken to prepare for cloud operation but it works fine also when installed locally.
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Upload a JSON file listing the most serious weaknesses (CWE) and display priority information for each CVE.
MAIA automatically collects data from CVE and exploit databases to report and display the findings in the CVE show pages.
Evaluate a detected vulnerability and decide how to remediate the problem. Target the decision towards specified environments/tags. The decision form:
MAIA has the ability to automatically check and analyze the health status of components downloaded from the open-source ecosystems. The status will be set to combinations of: