How Today's Companies are Managing Open Source
Do the developers in your company make legal judgments about the open source software they choose?
How do you meet customer demands to validate the origins of the software in your products?
Join us for an in-depth look at how two leading technology companies, Zenoss and Extreme Networks, addressed these challenges and how they manage and govern their use of open source software. Attendees will learn how these companies evolved from having little or no controls on open source, to getting Development and other team member “buy in,” to implementing a formal policy with an automated platform for management and approvals, and the commensurate benefits they realized. Karen Copenhaver and Mark Radcliffe, two of the open source community’s legal heavyweights, will lead the discussion with Addie Welch, Vice President of legal Affairs at Zenoss, and Diane Honda, Vice President, General Counsel at Extreme Networks.
Zenoss is a leader in commercial open source network and systems management.
Extreme Networks designs, builds, and installs sophisticated Ethernet solutions that meet the toughest challenges in network connectivity and IP-based communications.
Karen Copenhaver, Choate, Hall & Stewart
Mark Radcliffe, DLA Piper
Addie Welch, Vice President of legal Affairs, Zenoss
Diane Honda, Vice President, General Counsel, Extreme Networks
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