Perception Versus Reality: a Data-Driven Look at Open Source Risk Management

By Luke Mcbride on November 11, 2022 vulnerability

2 minute read time

Get insights, background, and data and key takeaways from the 8th Annual State of the Software Supply Chain report. Hosted by Dr. Stephen Magill.
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Open Source Basic Practices for Higher Quality Code to Fundamentally Strengthen Your Project

By Aaron Linskens on November 09, 2022 Open Source

8 minute read time

A look at some basic practices for higher quality code to help fundamentally strengthen your project.
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Kubernetes Containers a Boon for Developers

By Phil Vuollet on July 15, 2020 devsecops

3 minute read time

Kubernetes helps to automate deploying, scaling, and managing multiple containers. It is the most popular container orchestration system in use right now.
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How to Upskill Your Team With Kubernetes

By Brad McCoy on June 30, 2020 devsecops

4 minute read time

How we got everyone through the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) training and you can, too.
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OWASP Top 10 Overview

By Erik Dietrich on June 22, 2020 OWASP

4 minute read time

Caroline Wong is a Chief Strategy Officer who teaches the OWASP Top 10. She uses memorable analogies to explain all ten.
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Continuously Improve CI/CD with Nexus Lifecycle and Bitbucket Code Insights

By Kevin Miller on June 18, 2020 atlassian

2 minute read time

Developers using the Nexus platform integrated with Code Insights know when a change introduces risk, with contextual feedback for the individual branch.
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Custom Node Module Management using Private npm Registry Configured in Nexus Repository

By Nipun Thilakshan on June 17, 2020 How-To

17 minute read time

How to configure a private npm registry in Sonatype Nexus Repository, and how to publish and consume custom Node.js modules in your projects.
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Observability Made Easy With Synthetic Monitoring

By Erik Dietrich on June 16, 2020 python

3 minute read time

A small number of apps disproportionately skewed aggregate metrics and sent false alarms. The solution was DIY synthetic monitoring using Python.
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Can Kubernetes Keep a Secret?

By Daniel Longest on June 10, 2020 AppSec

3 minute read time

Kubernetes Secrets store usernames and passwords as base-64 encoded strings. They are obscured from casual browsing, but this is the same as plaintext.
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