Sponsor: Tidelift

Take control of your open source supply chain with Tidelift catalogs

The phrase “software supply chain” is making unlikely front-page headlines thanks to the breach impacting SolarWinds and its customers around the world. Meanwhile, open source continues to become a larger and larger part of application development, with our research showing that 92% of applications contain open source components.

So for organizations now seeing software supply chain health as a key imperative, tackling open source software supply chain health is more critical than ever.

During this short, 30-minute webinar our product team demonstrates how you can use the Tidelift Subscription as the heart of an effective open source supply chain management strategy.

In this webinar:

  • We'll show you how to design a comprehensive strategy for managing open source usage across the organization.
  • We’ll demonstrate Tidelift custom catalogs, including the ability to create, track, and manage catalogs of open source components and the policies that govern them across the organization.
  • We'll explore how Tidelift-managed catalogs can give your organization a head start on building a paved path of approved components for development teams to use, similar to how the larges.

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The Tidelift guide to managed open source

How to develop an effective strategy for maintaining the health of your organization’s open source supply chain

Managed open source is a strategic way for organizations to consistently manage, secure, and maintain the health of their open source supply chain. This guide explains how a managed open source strategy can help your development team save time and reduce risk when using open source to develop applications.

Learn more about:

  • What a managed open source strategy is and how it works
  • The areas in which unmanaged open source drains productivity and increases risk
  • How to create, track, and manage customizable catalogs of known-good, proactively maintained open source components

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