ShiftLeft Ocular supports the Linux, MacOS X and Windows operating systems.
You start ShiftLeft Ocular from the directory in which it is installed (default is ~/bin/ocular on Linux and MacOS X, and C:\Users$USERNAME\bin\ocular on Windows).
If you are automating the provision of your servers, you need to append the command
-J-Xmx<heapsize> when starting ShiftLeft Ocular. Refer to the article ShiftLeft Ocular Memory Size Recommendations for specifics.
After starting ShiftLeft Ocular, you can:
Create a CPG for a new application or a new version of an application.
Generate a Security Profile to automate code analysis by summarizing the vulnerabilities and data leaks present in code.
Easily work with CPGs and Security Profiles using your Workspace for a new application or a new version of an application.
Use the following command to start ShiftLeft Ocular on the Linux and MacOS X operating systems
Use the following command to start ShiftLeft Ocular on the Windows operating systems