Why enterprises must do more to support open source software they use

John Leonard
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Why enterprises must do more to support open source software they use
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Why enterprises must do more to support open source software they use

CNCF panellists discuss what if the maintainer of that vital component goes under a bus

Some important software libraries are ubiquitous, incorporated into hundreds of thousands of applications. If you want to secure traffic OpenSSL is a very popular way to do it. If your Java applica...

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