Take advantage of AI/ML to do your Code Reviews and Profiling

Get application performance recommendations and automated code reviews through Amazon CodeGuru, which is a machine learning service. Find the most expensive lines of code that can affect application performance and frustrate you with troubleshooting. The service gives you best recommendations to fix or write better code.

Powered by machine learning, best practices, and hard-learned lessons across millions of code reviews and thousands of applications profiled on open source projects and internally at Amazon, CodeGuru is ready to face any challenge. Find and fix code issues such as resource leaks, potential concurrency race conditions, and wasted CPU cycles, using CodeGuru. Also with moderate, on-demand pricing, it is affordable enough to use for almost all code review and application one might need. Java applications are currently supported by CodeGuru, with support for more languages in the anvil. Catch and resolve problems earlier and with better efficency, with CodeGuru such that you can build and run better software.

The machine learning models are trained on Amazon’s codebases comprising hundreds of thousands of internal projects, as well as over tens of thousands of open source projects in GitHub. Tens of thousands of Amazon developers have contributed to CodeGuru’s training based on years of experience in code review and application profiling. For example, CodeGuru Reviewer is trained using rule mining and supervised machine learning models that use a combination of logistic regression and neural networks.

CodeGuru Profiler is always searching for application performance optimizations, identifying your most “expensive” lines of code and recommending ways to fix them to reduce CPU utilization, cut compute costs, and improve application performance. CodeGuru Profiler provides specific recommendations so you can take action immediately on issues such as excessive recreation of expensive objects, expensive deserialization, usage of inefficient libraries, and excessive logging. CodeGuru Profiler runs continuously in production, consuming minimal CPU capacity so it does not significantly impact application performance. You can begin profiling your application by installing a small agent using code that CodeGuru provides and configuring it in the CodeGuru console.

CodeGuru was announced as generally availabe since June 29, 2020.