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Analyst report: Tidelift catalogs clean up the enterprise open source portfolio

Amy Hays
by Amy Hays
on March 2, 2021

amalgam-insights-coverA few weeks ago, we shared some major updates to Tidelift catalogs that dramatically improve organizations’ ability to ensure the health of their open source supply chain. Open source supply chain management should be top of mind for any organization, especially in the wake of the recent SolarWinds supply chain attack. 

After our announcement, Amalgam Insights principal analyst Hyoun Park released this analysis entitled Tidelift catalogs clean up the enterprise open source portfolio. In it, Hyoun shares how Tidelift catalogs can help enterprise organizations manage their open source portfolio.

From the report:

"By providing enterprises both with custom catalogs and use-specific catalogs managed by Tidelift, Tidelift will solve a fundamental problem that IT departments have in corralling open source component usage and determining which production components require maintenance."

Hyoun explains why catalogs matter for managing open source and how application development teams using open source can avoid potential security, governance, and compliance risks.

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