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Developing an Open Source Governance and Compliance Program at Bank of America

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Open source software usage has accelerated over the past decade, and today most enterprises use open source on the desktop as well as in development and critical infrastructure. As open source ...

Open source software usage has accelerated over the past decade, and today most enterprises use open source on the desktop as well as in development and critical infrastructure. As open source adoption has increased, so too has the realization that responsible open source usage requires organizations to actively manage it with policies, processes, tool sets, and human resources. Best-in-class enterprises are committed to honoring the terms for all software, whether open source or proprietary, yet also understand that effective management does not require heavy-handed processes.

In this webinar Donald D’Angelo, Senior Vice President of Open Source Product Management at Bank of America, will outline the business case for open source software management, and then describe how Bank of America developed its industry-leading open source governance and compliance program.

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