Jenkins is a cross-platform, open source automation server used for continuous integration and delivery of software projects.
If you use Jenkins to build your enterprise mobile application software applications, you can use the Arxan MAM Publisher to publish updates of those applications to Apperian directly from the Jenkins environment as part of the software build process. For instructions on installing and using the plugin, see Jenkins Integration.
Apperian allows you to inspect an application's binary file to screen for risky behavior and vulnerabilities, such as malware, trojans, and intellectual property exposure. Apperian uses an integration with Kryptowire to perform inspections.
Inspecting applications is a premium feature that is disabled by default. If you are interested in using this feature, contact your Apperian Sales representative. Once the feature is enabled, follow the procedure below to enter your Kryptowire API key (provided to you by Kryptowire) on the Settings page. You can't request a Kryptowire inspection unless this key is set.
To set the Kryptowire API key
On the Admin Portal navigation bar, click Settings.
Click Third-Party Integrations.
In the API Key field, enter the API key provided to you by Kryptowire.