IMPORTANT: Next Automation Case Study: Virtual Supply Chain Proof of Concept on November 24th at 09:00 UTC / 10:00 CET / 17:00 CST / 18:00 KST + JST


 

Heads up everyone.

We are going to focus our effort on the virtual supply chain demonstration in late November, so the prior section of the case study (multiple tool overview) is deferred. This is to ensure Max has plenty of time to prepare and because the virtual supply chain - by definition - will demonstrate various tools in play.

The event will take place on November 24th at 09:00 UTC / 10:00 CET / 17:00 CST / 18:00 KST + JST. The event is in our global calendar:

We will hold it as usual in our Zoom room:

This is a prelude to our Facebook case study and our summary of the initial four month case study in early and mid December.

If you have any questions you can ask them in this thread :)


Sebastian Crane
 

Dear Shane,

We are going to focus our effort on the virtual supply chain
demonstration in late November, so the prior section of the case
study (multiple tool overview) is deferred. This is to ensure Max
has plenty of time to prepare and because the virtual supply chain -
by definition - will demonstrate various tools in play.

The event will take place on November 24th at 09:00 UTC / 10:00 CET
/ 17:00 CST / 18:00 KST + JST. The event is in our global calendar
Thank you! I'm very much looking forward to this. It's been great to
see the demonstrations of various software composition analysis tools
during the recent case studies.

Last month's presentation on Tern was very interesting to me, and I've
been impressed at how comprehensive the program's output is. As others
here are most likely also interested in container scanning, I'd like
to take the opportunity to share with this list the excellent white
paper, 'Docker Containers for Legal Professionals' which was published
last year by the Linux Foundation:

https://www.linuxfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Docker-Containers-for-Legal-Professionals-Whitepaper_042420.pdf

It's very well written and should be a nice guide with which to start
using tools such as Tern for license compliance in containerised
applications.

Best wishes,

Sebastian


 

Thanks Sebastian! That’s awesome.

On Nov 10, 2021, at 21:03, Sebastian Crane <seabass-labrax@gmx.com> wrote:

Dear Shane,

We are going to focus our effort on the virtual supply chain
demonstration in late November, so the prior section of the case
study (multiple tool overview) is deferred. This is to ensure Max
has plenty of time to prepare and because the virtual supply chain -
by definition - will demonstrate various tools in play.

The event will take place on November 24th at 09:00 UTC / 10:00 CET
/ 17:00 CST / 18:00 KST + JST. The event is in our global calendar
Thank you! I'm very much looking forward to this. It's been great to
see the demonstrations of various software composition analysis tools
during the recent case studies.

Last month's presentation on Tern was very interesting to me, and I've
been impressed at how comprehensive the program's output is. As others
here are most likely also interested in container scanning, I'd like
to take the opportunity to share with this list the excellent white
paper, 'Docker Containers for Legal Professionals' which was published
last year by the Linux Foundation:

https://www.linuxfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Docker-Containers-for-Legal-Professionals-Whitepaper_042420.pdf

It's very well written and should be a nice guide with which to start
using tools such as Tern for license compliance in containerised
applications.

Best wishes,

Sebastian