Sourcegraph: Universal code search and intelligence

How open source Sourcegraph helps developers increase programming productivity and improve code quality

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Installing and scaling Sourcegraph

Sourcegraph is runnable with just a single Docker command:

docker run —publish 7080:7080 —publish 2633:2633 —publish 127.0.0.1:3370:3370 —rm —volume ~/.sourcegraph/config:/etc/sourcegraph —volume ~/.sourcegraph/data:/var/opt/sourcegraph sourcegraph/server:3.10.0

 (See https://docs.sourcegraph.com for the latest version)

For larger codebases and organizations, Sourcegraph can be deployed as a Kubernetes cluster composed of modular services that can be independently scaled to meet the enterprise’s needs.

Sourcegraph also ships with observability and monitoring tools like Jaeger tracing, Prometheus monitoring, and Grafana dashboards. These allow Sourcegraph administrators to meet the uptime and availability requirements that enterprises demand of critical tools.

Over 10,000 paid developers and tens of thousands of free open source developers are using Sourcegraph to increase developer productivity, improve code quality, explore the universe of code more effectively—and ship software robustly and quickly.

To try Sourcegraph for free in seconds, visit sourcegraph.com.

Beyang Liu is CTO and co-founder of Sourcegraph. Prior to Sourcegraph, Beyang was a software engineer at Palantir Technologies, where he developed new data analysis software on a small, customer-facing team working with Fortune 500 companies.

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