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Open Source: What We Learned in 2021 and 2022 Predictions


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Russ Eling and Alex Rybak started 2021 with insights into the trends ahead for open source governance, including the adoption of shift left, maturity of the software supply chain, the software bill of materials and the important role of developer training. Join Russ and Alex as they return to review their predictions while also charting a new course for open source management and compliance for 2022.

Key discussion topics include:

  • Shift to the cloud
  • Impact of the cybersecurity executive order and other regulations
  • New standards and updates to existing standards including open source language (i.e. software not developed by you) and corporate risk governance
  • Increased desire for dependency management, real-time discovery and proactive protection against security and license compliance issues
Director of Product Management - Revenera
As the Director of Product Management at Revenera, Alex is responsible for all aspects of product definition, road map and management for our software composition analysis solutions, including both current and next-generation products. He has been with Revenera (formerly Palamida) since 2006 and has worked in a number of roles that run the gamut, including professional services, technical support, pre-sales support, solutions engineering and product management. Prior to Revenera, Alex spent seven years at Selectica under various roles including professional services, pre-sales support and solutions engineering.
Founder and CEO - OSS Engineering Consultants
Russ is the Founder and CEO of OSS Engineering Consultants (www.ossengineeringconsultants.com), a business dedicated to helping organizations of all sizes design, implement and manage open source software (OSS) governance programs. Before starting his company in 2020, Russ spent more than 20 years in several engineering and systems engineering roles at General Motors. Russ developed and implemented a successful OSS governance program and built the team responsible for reviewing software in every GM vehicle across the globe. Among the first of its kind, it is recognized as the most comprehensive OSS program in the automotive industry. Russ is highly regarded as an industry leader in the OSS compliance community, where relatively few have implemented a successful, global compliance and governance program of this scale.

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