7 Popular Open Source CI/CD Tools

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Open Source vs. Proprietary DataOps

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The Benefits of Open Source Technologies

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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.

How Open Source Software Powers Digital Innovation

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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.

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.

Open Source Languages and Tools for z/OS

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Open Source Languages and Tools for z/OS Empower your developers to use their preferred open source languages. The post Open Source Languages and Tools for z/OS appeared first on DevOps.com.

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

observIQ Lauches Open Source Log Agent Project

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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.

Are Developers Responsible for Open Source Governance?

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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?

Open Source Advocates Want Share in Wealth

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The egalitarian spirit of the open source community might be starting to fray as individual developers begin to question who is really benefiting most from their efforts. The post Open Source Advocates Want Share in Wealth appeared first on DevOps.com.

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.

Scarf Gateway Tracks Open Source Software Usage

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Scarf today exited stealth to launch a gateway that makes it simpler for individuals or organizations to track usage of open source software. The post Scarf Gateway Tracks Open Source Software Usage appeared first on DevOps.com.

WhiteSource Acquires Diffend to Secure Open Source Supply Chains

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WhiteSource this week announced it has acquired Diffend as part of an expended effort to discover malware that has been deliberately injected into open source software by a contributor acting in bad faith.

5 Steps to an Open Source DevOps Strategy

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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.

Survey Sees Open Source Adoption, Quality Gains

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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.

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.

Snyk Tool Prioritizes Open Source Vulnerabilities

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Snyk today announced it has enhanced the ability of its namesake vulnerability scanning tool by adding the ability to identify which open source vulnerabilities should be fixed first using a scoring tool that leverages data science and machine learning algorithms to analyze code.

Developer’s Guide to Open Source Spring Cleaning

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Spring is here, and after a year filled with record-setting digital transformation and its associated vulnerabilities, now is the right time to give the open source components in your codebase a refresh.

Hacktoberfest 2020: Celebrate Open Source with Aqua!

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It’s the month-long celebration of something we all love – open source. In honor of Hacktoberfest, we want to recognize our community and reward your contributions to our open source projects during October. Open Source Events and Conferences

Nobl9 Makes SLO Specification Open Source

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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 DevOps.com.

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.

Is Open Source More Secure Than Closed Source?

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5 Areas to Consider When Building an Open Source Stack

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Open source software has gone mainstream, propelled by the increasing maturity of many communities and tools working together with organizations seeking ways to deploy software faster and cheaper.

A Review of Open Source Software Supply Chain Attacks

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Sonatype Advances Open Source Code Quality, Security

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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.

DevOps Deeper Dive: Google Roils Open Source Community

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Google this week agitated the bulk of the open source community by launching the Open Usage Commons consortium to protect the trademarks of open source projects, starting with the Istio, Angular and Gerrit projects it launched.

GitLab Open Sources Monitoring Tools

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GitLab has decided to make its monitoring and observability tools available as part of its core open source platform to help reduce the total cost of DevOps. The post GitLab Open Sources Monitoring Tools appeared first on DevOps.com.

Gitpod Open Sources Automated Local Development Environment

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Gitpod announced today it is making available an instance of its Gitpod integrated development environment (IDE) available under an open source license. The post Gitpod Open Sources Automated Local Development Environment appeared first on DevOps.com.

17 open-source container security tools

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For container security, you'll find plenty of open-source tools that can help prevent a debacle such as the one that befell Tesla, which suffered a Kubernetes cluster breach. Security, Information Security, Application Security (App Sec), Open Source, Containers

Top Open Source Tool: Data Science

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Open Source License Compliance Tips for DevOps Pipelines

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Open source components are used in most modern organizations, either included directly into software as code or as tools integrated into workflows. To successfully implement open […].

The Risks and Potential Impacts Associated with Open Source

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Open source software (OSS) is built by communities of developers who contribute their knowledge and time to OSS projects they find appealing. The post The Risks and Potential Impacts Associated with Open Source appeared first on DevOps.com.

5 Reasons Modus Recruits from the Open-Source Community

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The open-source community is a great place to start, even if companies are not specifically looking for software developers. Open source is all about contributing to something that is greater than the whole.

Open Source: What IT Pros Wish the CIO Knew

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China’s Open Source Activity Surged in 2020

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Activity among China-based open source project contributors and creators surged in 2020, as Alibaba, Huawei, Tencent and other leading Chinese tech companies are playing an increasingly important role in the open source development community worldwide.

Red Hat Survey Reveals More Confidence in Open Source

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A recent Red Hat survey revealed how DevOps teams increasingly depend on open source to support their shift to cloud-native environments and digital transformations, and to maintain security in these highly distributed environments.

Top Six Open Source Tools for Monitoring Kubernetes and Docker

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Survey Sees Faster Shift to Open Source Software

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A survey of 638 IT professionals finds the economic downturn brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is, like other slumps, driving increased adoption of open source software. The post Survey Sees Faster Shift to Open Source Software appeared first on DevOps.com.

Google Exposes Old Wounds in Open Source Community

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Things boiled over a bit last week with the announcement that Google launched the Open Usage Commons (OUC) consortium (see Mike Vizard’s article here). The post Google Exposes Old Wounds in Open Source Community appeared first on DevOps.com.

Open Source Vulnerabilities Were Up 50% in 2019 — How Will It Impact Software Development in 2020?

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Open source vulnerabilities have been on the rise in recent years, but 2019 was truly one for the record books with a spike of nearly 50% over the previous year. The post Open Source Vulnerabilities Were Up 50% in 2019 — How Will It Impact Software Development in 2020?