CoreLogic presents

Take control of the chaos with an open source software Control Tower

While open source software (OSS) has a myriad of benefits, there are growing risks including security vulnerabilities and risky IP licensing requirements. It is becoming harder to govern these risks due to the rising complexity of enterprise software systems and the sheer volume of OSS components within them. Thankfully, there is a “control tower” to help corporations manage these risks. Some organizations are taking a smarter approach and establishing an open source ‘control tower’ to manage OSS risks across all their applications and without disrupting developer productivity. Join CoreLogic and CAST on June 14th at 11am ET for a virtual fireside chat to hear how this control tower helped CoreLogic manage their OSS risks.

During this chat, you will hear:

  • Key challenges that caused CoreLogic to look for an OSS “control tower”
  • How CoreLogic implemented their OSS “control tower”
  • Best practices for governing OSS risks across an application portfolio

Madhusudana Narayana Reddy

Madhusudana Narayana Reddy
Principal Software Architect

As a enterprise architect for platforms, Madhu is responsible for Application Hosting vertical for software/analytics engineering. Enabling application developers, data scientists, model engineering teams with industry standard platforms, tools to delivery robust, secure and resilient software.

Greg Rivera
CAST Software

Greg Rivera
Vice President of SCA

Greg leads product strategy for the CAST Highlight SaaS platform helping organizations adopt effective open source risk management, and overall control across their entire software portfolios.