Getting Started with Open Source Technologies

Applying Open Source Technologies with Projects and Real Use Cases



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Price$34.99
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AuthorsSachin Rathee, Amol Chobe
PublisherApress
Published2022
Pages194
LanguageEnglish
FormatPaper book / ebook (PDF)
ISBN-101484281276
ISBN-139781484281277
EBook Hardcover Paperback

Using real life examples, learn how open source projects are consumed and explore the nuances within different industries in adopting open source technologies.

After gaining a basic understanding of open source and open standards, understand how licensing helps turn community code into an enterprise worthy component. It also helps you understand future governance of the open source software. Once in effect, continuous security becomes a challenge for open source components so we'll examine its ongoing security aspects.

This book will also cover different open source domains and industries and discuss how an enterprise can transform itself by applying key open source principles. In the end Getting Started with Open Source Technologies will provide a 360-degree view of open source and show you how to apply it.





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