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Catch up with our latest media coverage and recognition

Software installation, open source software scanning and software monetization. Revenera (Formerly Flexera Software) is leading the charge on a wide range of fronts, so there’s a lot to cover. Catch up with our latest media coverage and recognition. 

Press releases

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Flexera Is Now Great Place to Work-Certified™ in India

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Flexera and Revenera Earn Great Place to Work Certification™

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Revenera Announces OpenChain Conformance

Recent articles

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The What, Why, and How of SBOMs

OPEN SOURCE FOR YOU

A software bill of materials (SBOM) itemizes the components of software, helping to ensure that the software is secure by design. Kendra Morton, principal, product marketing at Revenera, and Martin Callinan, founder and director of Source Code Control Limited, take a detailed look at why SBOMs are in the spotlight, what’s included in SBOMs, how they protect the software supply chain, the role of SBOMs in software composition analysis (SCA), and best practices for creating and maintaining an SBOM.

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How to Protect Your Company When Using Open Source Software

IP WATCHDOG

Marty Mellican, vice president and associate general counsel at Revenera, evaluates legal considerations for open source software management, providing a simple set of best practices to help manage and mitigate risks.

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5 Steps for Proactively Managing Open Source Software

ZIFF DAVIS TOOLBOX

As reliance on open source software (OSS) grows, the risk plane expands. One of the greatest risks isn’t the code itself, but a lack of knowledge of what’s in the code. Alex Rybak, Senior Director of Product Management at Revenera, details five practical steps that can help ensure greater transparency and trust in your open source program.

Recent awards

IoT Breakthrough Award

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Revenera Named “Overall Enterprise IoT Platform of the Year” By IoT Breakthrough

The award marks the fifth year that the prestigious annual IoT Breakthrough Awards Program has recognized Revenera for standout Internet-of-Things (IoT) solutions. IoT Breakthrough is a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies, and products in the global IoT market.

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Revenera honored by SD Times by being named among 2021’s best development tools.

The SD Times 100 recognizes the top innovators and leaders in multiple software development industry areas. The 2021 SD Times 100 honors those technology leaders and innovators for helping their customers find the new ways of working.

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Revenera Honored as “Overall Enterprise IoT Platform of the Year” in 2021 IoT Breakthrough Awards Program

Revenera has been selected as the winner of the “Overall Enterprise IoT Platform of the Year” award in the 5th annual IoT Breakthrough Awards program from IoT Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global Internet-of-Things (IoT) market.

Recent blog posts

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Everything Your Business Needs to Know About SBOMs

On the 12th of May 2021, The White House released an Executive Order (EO) that outlined the guidelines for improving the cybersecurity of the United States. After many high-profile cybersecurity breaches related to exploits within widely used open source software, the Federal Government moved to learn from past exploits and…

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SoftSummit 2022 Breakdown: Software Monetization Trends, Models, and Implementation Strategies

The SoftSummit 2022 conference brought together industry leaders in software monetization to discuss their insights and experiences within this evolving landscape. With a global audience and leaders in the space sharing their findings, the event was a day packed full of actionable insights, engaging strategies, and detailed use data. Across…

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How the U.S. Executive Order Is Shaping the Software Supply Chain Going Forward

  Early in December of 2021, the international cybersecurity community mobilized in response to the discovery of the Log4J vulnerability. This critical vulnerability was within the logging library of Apache, a core component used across millions of Java-based applications. The vulnerability, known as Log4Shell, rated a 10/10 on the CVSS…