Tidelift provides the tools, data, and strategies driving an inclusive and organization-wide approach to improving the health and security of the open source powering your applications.
Tidelift partners directly with a growing network of open source maintainers to ensure your open source software supply chain meets enterprise standards now and into the future.
Continuously inventory application dependencies while creating up-to-date and risk-reviewed software bills of materials (SBOMs) for all applications. Identify and measure risks and easily review any new dependency information.
Keep constant watch over project health with security vulnerability advice and license annotation provided by Tidelift and maintainer partners, and make informed decisions about which releases to approve.
Combine Tidelift standards with organizational policies to create a paved path of curated, tracked, and managed open source components. Custom catalogs enable tracking of internal “inner source” dependencies as well.
Mark Galpin breaks down the current Log4Shell situation and shares tips for remediating the issue. You won't want to miss this.
Tidelift solutions architect lead Mark Galpin shares insights into theLog4Shell vulnerability and discusses how things have changed since Heartbleed.
For years, experts have been telling the government to take stock of the software supply chain by generating software bills of materials and defining standards and policies for use.