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Only maintainers can prevent software fires

Most software engineers who maintain an open-source-using application for their organization have a story of an epic software “fire” they’ll never ...
Bill Nottingham
by Bill Nottingham
on May 23, 2024

Upstream preview: Vincent Danen of Red Hat calls for a patch management revolution

By Chris Grams on May 22, 2024

8 ways to build your continuous vulnerability management strategy

By Shaun Martin on May 21, 2024

Upstream 2024 agenda is live!!

By Kristina Kaldenbach on May 16, 2024
If you were waiting to sign up to attend Upstream, our one-day, virtual event bringing together open source maintainers and those who use their ...

Recap: Life as an open source maintainer after xz

By Amy Hays on May 15, 2024
It’s been six weeks since a developer uncovered a hack of epic scope in the popular Linux compression library called xz utils (previously known as ...

Tidelift co-founder and CEO Donald Fischer on the FINOS podcast

By Caitlin Bixby on May 14, 2024
Recently, Tidelift co-founder and CEO Donald Fischer sat down with host of the Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS) Open Source in Finance podcast, ...

Tidelift signs the CISA Secure by Design pledge

By Donald Fischer on May 8, 2024
Today, Tidelift was proud to join other leading technology companies during a live ceremony at RSA in San Francisco where we signed the US ...

Product update: Using end-of-life package data to identify and eliminate bad open source packages

By Lauren Hanford on May 7, 2024
Tidelift helps organizations remove risk to their revenue, data, and customers from bad open source packages. Bad packages (by which we mean ...

Tidelift at RSA 2024

By Kristina Kaldenbach on May 1, 2024
We are excited to be heading back to San Francisco for RSA this year! RSA brings together cybersecurity leaders and peers to explore our critical ...

Upstream rewind: the 2023 keynote, the accidental supply chain, and what it means today

By Caitlin Bixby on April 30, 2024
As we count down to this year’s Upstream, we’ll be looking back at Upstream moments from years past. Discover how topics may have changed and how ...

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