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New Webinar: No Way! Security & Compliance Can Speed Development


May 13, 2013 By
Emily Blades

Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 11:00AM-11:45AM EDT (GMT-0400) The business expects more! You have turned to agile development practices and components to deliver. You’re not alone…research shows 80% of modern applications consist of components, many of them open source. On the flip side, 57% of organizations aren’t managing components effectively. Enter security and compliance; once […]

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New Webinar: Security at the Speed of Development with Wendy Nather, 451 Research


April 15, 2013 By
Emily Blades

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 […]

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Join Us: SANS Webcast – The Hidden Risk of Component Based Software Development


January 30, 2013 By
Emily Blades

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 […]

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Component Lifecycle Management with your Apache Maven Infrastructure


July 5, 2012 By
Jason van Zyl

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. […]

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