Tuesday, April 30, 2013 – 11:00AM-11:45AM EDT (GMT-0400)
We have a problem. Application development has become agile, component-based, and open-source-dependent. We’re delivering more software faster than ever before, but security approaches haven’t kept up. Every day we’re forced to make the dangerous choice between speed and security, putting Development and Security at odds. There has to be a better way.
Join Wendy Nather, Research Director, Security, at 451 Research and Sonatype CSO, Ryan Berg on Tuesday, April 30 at 11:00AM EDT (GMT-0400) to understand the challenges that are driving new approaches to application security. You’ll also hear how how some leading application security organizations have partnered with application development to achieve both speed and security using component lifecycle management.
If you register, you’ll also receive access to the recording after the event. So if something comes up and you can’t make it, you won’t miss out.
Wondering what’s new in Nexus? Wishing you had a chance to ask some of our Nexus experts about Nexus best practices? Here’s your chance.
We’re pleased to announce that Sonatype will be hosting Nexus Office Hours each month starting in March! Our Nexus experts Brian Fox, Manfred Moser and Rich Seddon will demo the latest Nexus tips & tricks and will take real-time questions from you!
When: Friday, March 22, 2013 – 1:00-2:00PM EDT (GMT-0400)
Where: In a Google+ Hangout On Air! Once we begin, our hangout will broadcast live to the Nexus Office Hours event page on Google+, as well as our Sonatype YouTube channel.
How: Be sure to RSVP ‘Yes’ on the Nexus Office Hours event page, and this event will be automatically saved to your Gmail calendar and you will receive a reminder just before we start the hangout. Not on Google+? No worries, you can still view the broadcast on the event page or the Sonatype YouTube channel when the hangout begins.
We will be taking real-time questions submitted on the Nexus Office Hours event page, Twitter (please use hashtag #nexusofficehours) and on our YouTube page in the comments section of the broadcast.
**If you’d like to join our panel that day in the hangout, please leave us a comment on this page and the first 6 people will be invited in as the session starts. This event will be recorded and saved to Google+ as well as our YouTube channel.
Sonatype has teamed up with SANS institute to bring you this informative webcast: Best Practices for Managing Software Development Risks
Eighty percent of a typical application is assembled from open source and proprietary components. Development teams turn to components to gain efficiencies and speed innovation. While the promise of components is significant, organizations must mitigate risk by properly managing components.
How do you accomplish this given the volume, complexity and diversity of today’s components?
Join us on Wednesday, February 6th from 1:00PM-2:00PM EST (GMT-0500) as Ryan Berg, Sonatype CSO, discusses how you can realize the benefits of component-based software development while mitigating security, licensing and quality risks.
The way software is being developed has changed over the last ten years, it has shifted from companies developing the vast majority of their own software to a software development approach that depends on open source components that are freely available. Today, the vast majority (upwards of 90%) of Java-based applications are assembled from components. Very little of these applications consist of code that companies build internally. The extent to which open source components are being used is not widely known within companies that have thousands of applications and hundreds of thousands of downloads from the Central repository.
In last week’s webinar I discussed the trends we’ve identified and the tools we’ve developed to address this challenge. Tracking down where components come from, managing your application to account for changes in components, and dealing with security and licensing issues that relate to your application’s dependencies is our focus. If you develop software using open source components, here’s a video of my webinar. If you are interested in learning more about our Insight products and starting to keep track of the components you consume, go to http://www.sonatype.com/insight.