What is Open Source Software (OSS)?
Open source software (OSS) refers to software that features freely available source code, which users may view, modify, adopt, and share for both commercial and noncommercial purposes.
Fireside Chat: Unleash the power of open source securely
Open source software is the essential building block for any modern software project. Consuming open source securely and contributing back to the community have invaluable benefits at individual and organizational levels.<br><br>Join our fireside chat with IAG, Woolworths and GitHub experts as we discuss the pillars of a successful open source strategy including DevOps and security.
What's next for DevOps?
The goal of DevOps has stayed the same, but our tools, infrastructure, and operating models have changed. To support modern software delivery, it’s critical for organizations to know and prepare for what’s coming next.
IDC report: How open source is the key to innovation in the enterprise
Today, every company is a software company. Staying competitive depends on how fast your business can transform—and embrace new tools and technology.
The enterprise checklist for building with open source communities
When your team uses open source software (OSS), everyone benefits, but how much is up to you.
Seven questions to ask before using open source software at work
Open source helps enterprise teams build better software, faster—but also comes with unique risks and challenges.
The quick guide to open source enterprises
How large organizations use open source to build better software, faster.
Federal access to open source with GitHub
By achieving FedRAMP operating authority, GitHub’s Enterprise Cloud allows federal users to collaborate with millions of open source software developers.