Enterprise Software Architecture and Open Source Compliance

Presented by

Carlos Cheung — Head of Open Source, FOSSA

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Learn how the best software companies in the world are using Enterprise architecture to scale their Open Source usage & Open Source compliance. Join us as we discuss the importance of Open Source Management within Enterprise technology initiatives, and focus on how to best apply this management within the software development life cycle — no matter what methodologies you may be using. This webinar will cover: * Emerging trends in Open Source Usage in the Enterprise * Three major software architecture areas affecting compliance governance * Best practices for managing compliance governance in the Enterprise Presenter Carlos Cheung is the Head of Open Source at FOSSA, and also serves on the Business Advisory Council at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. He has held product management and software engineering roles at Optimizely, VoiceLabs and other San Francisco Bay Area SaaS companies.
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