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Open source management and policy compliance 

Does your organization rely heavily on open source software but struggle with a lack of visibility regarding package usage across the organization? 

Are your development teams downloading packages that have not been evaluated against organizational risk parameters, adding concerns about open source security risks? 

How Tidelift can help

The Tidelift Subscription provides an effective way for enterprise organizations to address challenges like these. Through our software bill of materials (SBOMs) functionality, organizations can build a centralized inventory of all open source components being used across the organization. This makes it easy to quickly identify every release of a compromised package when working to remediate vulnerabilities.

Through our tooling, organizations are able to implement open source usage and management standards consistently, across all of their development teams, ensuring developers are only using approved open source components that follow secure software development practices.

Our software continuously evaluates the packages being used against the set of organizationally defined open source standards to ensure compliance over time.

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Learn how our customers use this data to drive better decision-making, which results in more efficiency and increased autonomy for development teams.

The benefits of open source management and policy compliance


Proactively evaluate the security, licensing and maintenance risks of open source software using Tidelift’s centralized, structured, and continuously curated database of insights spanning millions of open source packages.


Ensure stakeholders are able to respond to issues and vulnerabilities by giving them appropriate visibility of open source software usage across the organization.


Mitigate long-term organizational risk by standardizing open source software management practices and policies across the organization.