Monthly Archives: November 2013

What’s Happening in the Land of Open Source Components


November 27, 2013 By
Derek Weeks

We continue to see exponential growth in requests from the Central Repository. In fact, there were 8 Billion requests in 2012 – and it is looking like this year will total up to 13 Billion requests.Given these trends, the time seemed right for a series of blog posts that address recent activity in the area of open source governance and security

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Component-Capable Release Management is Key to DevOps


November 18, 2013 By
Derek Weeks

Part 3  —   Part 4 Component-Capable Release Management is Key to DevOps  – Part 5 Up Next  DevOps conversations are dominated by release management and production deployment. These are the primary topics at the DevOps conferences that we have attended in Atlanta, New York, Vancouver, Portland, Barcelona and London. This concerns me at some […]

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PCI 3.0 – Secure Payment Requires Secure Components


By
Derek Weeks

Well there is nothing like an updated specification that drives action or interest in a topic. We’re seeing that with the introduction of PCI 3.0. While there are several key updates to the specification, the one I find most interesting reflects the reality of how applications are constructed today – from components. It’s great to […]

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