Survey Shows Correlation Between Open Source, DevOps Skills Demand

A survey published this week by the Linux Foundation suggested enterprise IT organizations now prefer to hire IT professionals that have both open source software and DevOps experience.

Securing Open-Source Apps

Securing Open-Source Apps with API Scans and Observability Businesses building applications have always made great use of open-source software. The post Securing Open-Source Apps appeared first on


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Why open source matters for developers


Organizations' use of open source is continuing to increase. In fact, in 2021, some 77% of companies reported that they were using more open-source software, while 36% said they were using significantly more open-source tools.

CodeSee Unveils Open Source Development Hub

CodeSee today launched a free Open Source Hub (OSH) service through which developers can more easily analyze the codebase that makes up an open source software project. The post CodeSee Unveils Open Source Development Hub appeared first on

Understanding Open Source Business Models for the C-Suite

Choosing software to bake into your architecture is a long-term decision and it is important to understand all the implications of your choice. Learn three key areas that should be considered when evaluating a particular open source project.

TechStrong Con: Open Source Software Community Needs Security Help

The only way to make significant improvements in the state of open source security is if more organizations that benefit from open source projects commit to making more resources available to achieve that goal. Extends Open Source Observability Platform

has enhanced its observability platform to include both unified dashboards and support for distributed tracing to monitor service performance enabled by the open source Jaeger agent software being advanced under the auspices of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).

JFrog Launches Blockchain Project to Secure Open Source Software

At its swampUP event, JFrog today launched Project Pyrsia, an open source project that uses a blockchain platform and Sigstore Cosign and Notary V2 cryptographic signature software to secure software packages.

How Open Source Software Powers Digital Innovation

Open source has permanently altered how we work and conduct business. Linux, and thousands of other open source projects and open standards, now dominate the software landscape, supporting emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and edge computing.

The Benefits of Open Source Technologies

Over the last 20 years, we have seen the proliferation of open source software and technologies become part of commercial offerings, either as part of the technology stack that powers the product or part of the product itself.

The Advantages of Free and Open-Source Software Vs. Open-Core Software

Instaclustr commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a custom study to assess application development decision-makers’ understanding of the benefits of using open-core software vs. free and open source software (FOSS). Check out the findings!

Open Source Coder Tool Helps Devs Build Cloud Spaces

Coder today launched an open source project that gives developers and data scientists a way to create cloud workspaces in a matter of minutes to make it easier to build applications and models faster.

Survey Uncovers Depth of Open Source Software Insecurity

A survey from Snyk and the Linux Foundation published today found that less than half of respondents (49%) work for organizations that have security policies in place for the use or development of open source software.

7 Popular Open Source CI/CD Tools

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Linux Foundation Lists Top Open Source Libraries

The Linux Foundation today published a report that provides access to eight lists of the top 500 open source libraries being used by organizations as part of an ongoing effort to help better secure software supply chains.

Discover the 10 Rules for Managing PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is one of the most successful open source projects in existence. But each year it becomes harder and harder to get familiarized with the PostgreSQL ecosystem and its new features. Learn 10 rules that will help you perfect your PostgreSQL installation.

Open Source vs. Proprietary DataOps

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Nobl9 Makes SLO Specification Open Source

During an online SLOconf event today, Nobl9 revealed that the platform it created to enable IT teams to achieve service level objectives (SLOs) is now available under an open source Apache license. The post Nobl9 Makes SLO Specification Open Source appeared first on

Open-source regulation—good idea?


Earlier this year, the open-source community came under the scrutiny of a US Senate committee investigating a serious vulnerability in Log4j, a widely used, Java-based logging utility. The question is what to do now about security risks in open-source software—if anything.

Sonatype Advances Open Source Code Quality, Security

Sonatype today launched an Advanced Development Pack service that surfaces dependencies between open source components in a way that makes it easier for developers to know which ones to employ to build the most secure application possible and what components offer the simplest upgrade path.

Open Source & Open Standards: Navigating the Intricacies of a Symbiotic Partnership

Speaker: Guy Martin, Executive Director of OASIS Open

The COVID-19 global pandemic has raised the already bright visibility of technology to an even higher level. Join Guy Martin, Executive Director at OASIS Open, as he presents this webinar that will discuss how we can make open source and open standards even more effective by helping them recapture their strong partnership.

Understanding the hows and whys of open source audits


Learn who needs open source audits, why you might need one, who and what is involved, and how an open source audit can help you in an M&A. The post Understanding the hows and whys of open source audits appeared first on Application Security Blog.

The M&A Open Source Risk Number


The post The M&A Open Source Risk Number appeared first on Application Security Blog. Open source and software supply chain risks M&A and OSS license compliance Mergers and acquisitions due diligence Open source license compliance

OpenSSF Adds Open Source Package Analysis Tool Prototype

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has made available a prototype of a package analysis tool that has already identified more than 200 malicious packages uploaded to PyPI and npm software components.

CI/CD is Still all About Open Source

And at the heart of CI/CD is open source. The post CI/CD is Still all About Open Source appeared first on One of the lessons I’ve learned in my years at the helm of is that the heart of DevOps is CI/CD.

Open Source is Quickly—and Rightfully— Becoming Enterprise’s First Choice

Open source is not just a community, it’s a movement. And while its popularity has, of course, existed for decades, its accelerating growth in today’s enterprise is unmistakable. Find out why enterprises are going all-in on their open source strategy.

The Business of Open Source

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In a recent Twitter thread, Adam Jacob (co-founder and former CTO of Chef ) talked about Chef’s switch from an “open core” model to a a “Red Hat” model for licensing their software. There are often commercially licensed add-ons around the open core. Open Source Commentary

Checkmarx Finds Malicious Open Source PyPi Repository

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observIQ Lauches Open Source Log Agent Project

Blue Medora, after selling its core monitoring integration platform to VMware, today changed its name to observIQ and launched an open source agent project that will serve as the foundation of a log management tool to be delivered as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application.

Using Open Source to Secure Software Supply Chains

The post Using Open Source to Secure Software Supply Chains appeared first on Blogs Business of DevOps Containers IT Security Cloud Foundry kubernetes open source software supply chain

3 Challenges of Building Complex Dashboards with Open Source Components

Speaker: Ryan MacCarrigan, Founding Principal, LeanStudio

Many product teams use charting components and open source code libraries to get dashboards and reporting functionality quickly. But what happens when you have a growing user base and additional feature requests? Watch this webinar with Ryan MacCarrigan, Founding Principal of Lean Studio, to learn about key considerations for launching your next analytics project.

Large Scale Industrialization Key to Open Source Innovation


We believe that, as one of the earliest pioneers of industrial strength open source software, we have had the opportunity and the experience to help drive an acceleration in the evolution of some very fundamental shifts in open source development.

5 Steps to an Open Source DevOps Strategy

Open source technology thrives during times of mass disruption, and this pandemic has been no different. Across the board, companies are accelerating their digital transformation and DevOps strategies, looking to open source technology as a way to streamline operations.

F5 Networks Planning Open Source Projects Beyond NGINX

F5 Networks today revealed plans to launch multiple projects in the months ahead that will extend its commitment to open source beyond the NGNIX proxy software the company acquired in 2019. The post F5 Networks Planning Open Source Projects Beyond NGINX appeared first on

Survey Sees Open Source Adoption, Quality Gains

A survey of 959 IT leaders published this week by Red Hat finds increased reliance on and adoption of open source software is now being driven by perceived higher quality as much as it is cost concerns.

Ultimate Guide to the Cloud Data Lake Engine

This guide describes how to evaluate cloud data lake engine offerings based on their ability to deliver on their promise of improving performance, data accessibility, and operational efficiency as compared with earlier methods of querying the data lake.

11 Open Source DevOps Tools We Love For 2021

These DevOps tools all are open source, and […]. The post 11 Open Source DevOps Tools We Love For 2021 appeared first on Business of DevOps DevOps Toolbox Enterprise DevOps Features devops tools github Jenkins open source Prometheus

7 Principles of Open Source Leadership

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Instead, it was simply an offshoot of a more profound set of values that I refer to as the open-source ethos. . Open-source is all about contributing to something greater than the whole. Open-source leadership doesn’t reinvent the wheel.

Are Developers Responsible for Open Source Governance?

There are lots of factors in the open source software world converging to make it a big year for “shift left” in software development. The post Are Developers Responsible for Open Source Governance?

Playwright: A Modern, Open Source Approach to End-To-End Testing

The post Playwright: A Modern, Open Source Approach to End-To-End Testing appeared first on Blogs Business of DevOps Continuous Testing DevSecOps app development dev open source Playwright testing