Managed open source: best practices for application development in a downturn
How development teams can cut costs, reduce risk, and increase velocity when building with open source
During the last two recessions, organizations looking to reduce IT costs while staying competitive have followed a time-tested strategy: migrate more workloads to open source. Today as many organizations optimize their IT budgets, they are again turning to open source.
In this environment, it is more critical than ever for organizations to have a strategy that enables them to efficiently and effectively manage the ongoing maintenance and security of their open source supply chain. In this webinar, 451 Research Principal Analyst Jay Lyman and Tidelift CEO and co-founder Donald Fischer will share how leading organizations are using managed open source to build applications more safely and effectively than ever before.
This webinar is for you if:
Your organization is using open source for application development, but is struggling with selecting and managing good components—including dependencies and transitive dependencies—and making it all work with your organization’s security and compliance policies.
Your organization is looking for ways to save money and unlock the innovative potential of open source for application development, but unsure how to manage security, maintenance, and licensing-related risks.
Your organization is seeking to broaden its use of open source software components to more applications and teams to drive agility and digital transformation.
Donald Fischer, Co-founder and CEO
Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst