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

A few weeks ago, we shared some major updates to Tidelift catalogs that dramatically improve organizations’ ability to ensure the health of their ...
Amy Hays
by Amy Hays
on March 2, 2021

Hey maintainers, please take our (first-ever) Tidelift maintainer survey

By Amy Hays on February 25, 2021
We’ve launched our first, all-encompassing survey of open source maintainers! If you actively maintain one or more open source projects, we want to ...

You're invited: Taming the beast: How to get control of your organization’s open source supply chain

By Amy Hays on February 23, 2021
Software supply chain risk has made front page news in the wake of the recent SolarWinds breach, and organizations are more focused than ever on ...

Better together: cultivating an open source ecosystem that works for everyone

By Josh Simmons on February 18, 2021
Hello, world! My name is Josh, and I’m pleased to introduce myself as one of the newest members of the Tidelift team.

Tidelift at Devnexus

By Amy Hays on February 16, 2021
Tidelift is sponsoring Devnexus tomorrow, February 17. Devnexus is the longest-running Java conference, coordinated yearly by the Atlanta Java Users ...

What's in the tech tea leaves? Donald Fischer shares his 2021 open source predictions with TFiR

By Amy Hays on February 9, 2021
A few weeks ago, Tidelift CEO and co-founder Donald Fischer joined our friends at the TFiR podcast to discuss his predictions for 2021. What does ...

You're invited: Take control of your open source supply chain with Tidelift catalogs

By Amy Hays on February 4, 2021
Today—thanks to the breach impacting SolarWinds and its customers around the world—the phrase “software supply chain” is making unlikely front-page ...

What I learned from the Server Side Public License

By Luis Villa on February 3, 2021
When the Server Side Public License (SSPL) was submitted to the Open Source Initiative (OSI), many people criticized it, and the license was ...

Tidelift catalogs and the rising urgency of managing your open source supply chain

By Donald Fischer on February 2, 2021
Today, Tidelift is introducing several exciting elements of the Tidelift Subscription that help organizations more efficiently manage the health of ...

You’re invited: Cooking with Tidelift and JFrog, a slightly weird live children’s book reading

By Amy Hays on January 28, 2021
Developers love open source. It’s free, it’s easy to use, and it’s flexible. But the more open source components brought into your organization’s ...

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