RecordedJul 30 201929 mins
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Daniel Sauble, Head of Product, npm, Inc. and Daniel Thompson, Front-end Developer, Phone2Action
We'll also cover recent updates to the npm product lineup––npm Pro and npm Teams––as well as new enhancements to the registry with npm head of product, Daniel Sauble: new products, new pricing, and a glimpse of what's ahead.
# About Phone2Action
Phone2Action is a comprehensive digital engagement and communications platform for grassroots advocacy, public affairs, and government relations. Our innovative, user-friendly tools make government participation accessible in the digital age.
The world's leading nonprofits, associations, and companies have used our software to build their advocacy programs and support their public policy goals since 2013. To date, our clients have created more than 22,000 grassroots advocacy campaigns that have driven more than 45 million connections with lawmakers. Our platform includes solutions for grassroots advocacy, strategic communications, and stakeholder management.
Every software ecosystem has its own artifact and dependency manager. Enterprises are looking for a single, one-size-fits-all solution that can solve security, compliance, and automation requirements across multiple teams and ecosystems.
In theory, that sounds like a great silver bullet. But, how does it work out in practice?
Join Daniel Sauble, head of product at npm, on October 8, 10:00AM Pacific, 1:00PM Eastern, to discuss the ups and downs of working with a polyglot artifact manager and how npm can help. We will also discuss how polyglot artifact managers handle––or fail to handle––supply-chain security issues specific to the software ecosystem you're working in.
Daniel Sauble, Product Manager and Orion Letizi, Director, Technical Marketing
npm Enterprise is the same codebase that powers the public registry. It works with the same standard npm client you already use, but provides the features needed by larger organizations who are now enthusiastically adopting Node.js. It's built by npm, Inc., the sponsor of the npm open source project and the host of the public npm registry.
Join us to watch a demo on npm Enterprise and how we are helping Fortune 500 companies globally with:
Easy internal sharing of private modules.
Better control of development and deployment workflow.
Stricter security around deploying open-source modules.
Compliance with legal requirements to host code on-premises.
Better code discovery and sharing within their organization.
Webcasts for all interested in development, compliance and security