Adam Bateson, Umbraco: Open source as a secret weapon

TechForge recently spoke with VP of sales at Umbraco, Adam Bateson, as he explained the benefits of hyper-automation and digital workforces, and the importance of sustainability.

Could you tell us a little bit about the company you work for?

Umbraco is the largest Microsoft.net open source CMS. We are a Danish software company that’s been around for some 17 years, and we've also been in the US for a few years now - initially with just one or two salespeople working...

Anaconda and Teradata partner to enhance open-source support for AI innovation

Anaconda and Teradata have unveiled a new integration to bring the most popular and widely used Python and R packages to Teradata VantageCloud through the Anaconda Repository.

The integration with ClearScape Analytics, a powerful engine for deploying end-to-end artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), is designed to provide enterprises with the ability to deploy large-scale data science, AI/ML, and generative AI use cases that can cost-effectively deliver value for...

Ermetic releases CNAPPgoat open source project for assessing multi cloud security

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Ermetic, a cloud infrastructure security company, has launched CNAPPgoat, an open source project that allows organisations to safely test their cloud security skills, processes, tools and posture in interactive sandbox environments that are easy to deploy and destroy.

CNAPPgoat supports AWS, Azure and GCP platforms for assessing the security capabilities included in Cloud Native Application Protection Platforms (CNAPP).  

Unlike projects that illustrate...

Cloud-native adoption shifts security responsibilities across teams

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Cloud-native and open-source are booming with IT decision makers (97%) and developers (96%) stating that their organisations plan to expand use over the next 12 months.

With this increase in use comes a greater need for security due to rising compliance regulations and ever-evolving cyberattacks. Both parties stated that they have high confidence in their organisations’ ability to manage security for cloud-based applications, with 97% of IT decision-makers and 96% of developers...