Open source components make up a significant part of commercial software but are often undermanaged. WhiteSource fully automates all open source management needs, reducing risks, and guaranteeing the continuity and integrity of open source component management.
“WhiteSource is committed to helping companies manage the open source components in their software development, whatever language or development environment their teams use,” said Rami Sass, WhiteSource CEO and Founder. “Most companies use several programming languages – each has its purpose. However, open source policy and management should apply to all parts of the company’s software. Engineering executives need to manage these from one place, for all teams. Only a solution that offers a wide support can be used for managing open source and enforcing company-wide policy.
WhiteSource helps engineering executives to effortlessly manage the use of open source components in their software.
Open source components, a significant and important part of commercial software today, are often substantially undermanaged. This may result in serious legal, security and functional risks.
WhiteSource set out to make management of open source components effortless and accessible to companies of all sizes.
WhiteSource fully automates all open source management needs: open source components detection, license risk and compliance analysis and policy enforcement along with security vulnerabilities and new version alerts. Designed for engineering executives, a complete suite of control, reporting and management tools make managing open source truly effortless.
An integral part of your software development environment, WhiteSource guarantees the continuity and integrity of open source management, and reduces respective risks. WhiteSource provides a complete solution that supports all languages, including C/C++, Java, .Net, NPM, Obj-c, Python and others. The solution seamlessly plugs into all popular build tools.
WhiteSource is a venture-backed company with offices in Israel, NY and Silicon Valley.