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Fixing a pre-release breakdown in critical banking authentication

How do you launch on time when your team doesn't have the expertise to fix a critical bug in open source code?

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Reduce your open source security risk: Strategies, tactics, and tools

Open source software is here to stay but that doesn't mean that developers can use it without considering the vulnerabilities and security issues they may introduce into their development projects.

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Comply, protect, and build trust with OpenLogic

Open source provides useful features at low cost yet developers struggle to maximize its benefits. How can teams reduce security, licensing, and support issues while maintaining the cost advantages?

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The business case for earlier software defect detection and compliance

Regardless of the industry your business operates in, software is likely all around it. Software powers our cars, airplanes, and even the medical devices we rely on to diagnose and treat illness...

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Top 3 strategies to reduce risk in automotive / in-vehicle software development

Developing in-vehicle embedded applications is a safety, security, and quality challenge. Given that cars and trucks are increasingly connected to each other and to the devices around them, it’s becoming harder and harder to ensure that software is functional and free from risk. Development teams, especially the managers who are ultimately responsible, face incredible challenges when building such applications, and are learning that team members need to do more than just catch code defects during verification and validation testing. The new imperative: Identify and address security and compliance concerns earlier in the lifecycle, all while delivering innovative and differentiating features.

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Software as a process

Today’s software products are the result of many suppliers, vendors, open source repositories, and legacy code coming together in a mix of different processes, standards, and cultures. Each input offers a chance to introduce safety, security, or performance-related errors.

This paper explains the challenges of this polyglot environment and how strategies and tools proven in a number of industries can be applied to your organization to reduce defects, meet requirements, and minimize costs.

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OpenLogic overview

Leverage the power of open source without adding risk to your development cycle times, adding unknown license obligations, or introducing security risks. Know, inventory, use, and resolve all aspects of open source software within your organization with this enterprise-class set of management and scanning tools coupled with the only guaranteed SLA first-line support for hundreds of open source software packages.

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Coding to standards and quality: supply-chain application development

The monolithic codebase is dead. Modern applications are built of code from a variety of sources including employees, partners, and contractors from different geographies, with different skill levels, and working on a number of platforms. Application development is a supply chain, with dependencies supported by a network of systems ranging from greenfield development to legacy integrations, and utilizing a patchwork of code from custom, open-source, and commercial third-party sources. Ensuring consistency, security, and standards in such an environment can be challenging, but is essential for maintaining reputation, relationships, and customers.

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IMSL .NET/C# Numerical Libraries

Written in 100% C#, the IMSL C# Numerical Library for Microsoft® .NET offers developers seamless accessibility to analytic capabilities alongside the programming productivity and ease of use they enjoy in Visual Studio.

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