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The Tidelift Subscription integrates with Atlassian Bitbucket to keep open source dependencies trouble-free

Matt Rollender
by Matt Rollender
on October 30, 2019

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This week we’re attending Atlassian Open in Boston to meet with enterprise development and devops leaders at the forefront of evolving the way their organizations build and manage their applications. Tidelift has quickly become a critical part of many of these teams’ strategies by delivering enterprise-quality coverage for the millions of open source dependencies that comprise modern applications.

Through our managed open source subscription, the Tidelift Subscription, we partner with the maintainers of community-led projects to provide crucial commercial security, maintenance, and licensing assurances that enterprise users expect. This allows development teams to offload the time they were spending on maintaining their open source dependencies to the experts who know them best, allowing developers to stay focused on building their applications. 

Now, Tidelift is partnering with Atlassian to make it easy for Bitbucket customers to get commercial support and maintenance for the open source dependencies that go into their enterprise applications. Bitbucket has more than 10 million registered users and is a core component of the Atlassian product suite. With our new integration, teams using Bitbucket to manage their software development and deployment lifecycle can use the Tidelift Subscription to ensure the open source dependencies they rely on are secure, well managed, and licensed in compliance with their organization’s policies. 

Tidelift integrates with source code collaboration platforms like Bitbucket to find and address issues with open source components before they affect an organization’s continuous delivery environment. In this way, we manage issues around open source code health and maintenance for Tidelift customers, so those problems don’t impact applications in production. 

To make it easy for teams to explore the Tidelift Subscription, we’re making a 14-day free trial available through the Atlassian Marketplace. The Tidelift Subscription fits within an organization’s existing CI flow to manage open source components in their Bitbucket repositories and track dependencies. Engineers receive critical updates from Tidelift to help keep their codebase well-managed—freeing up time they’d otherwise spend tracking vulnerabilities or understanding and resolving conflicts between dependencies. 

For teams using Atlassian’s Bitbucket, it’s now easier than ever to explore how the Tidelift Subscription can save time and reduce risk. To learn more and get started, check us out on the Atlassian Marketplace.

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