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OpenSourceForU: JFrog Grants Open Source Pyrsia To CD Foundation

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A community initiative to provide a just and transparent governance model for the Pyrsia Decentralized Package Network brings together companies like Docker, DeployHub, Oracle, and others.

Pyrsia, an open source software community initiative that uses blockchain technology to protect software packages (also known as binaries) from flaws and malicious code, has been accepted as an incubating project by the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). Through the use of a centralised governance mechanism, a clear vision, and widespread participation within the larger technology and open source communities, JFrog and the CD Foundation will collaborate to guarantee Pyrsia develops its support and engagement.

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SD Times: Continuous Delivery Foundation announces incubation of Pyrsia, graduation of Tekton

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The Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) is hosting its CD Summit at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. At the event, the CDF announced a number of major milestones across its projects.

First, it announced that it welcomed the decentralized package network, Pyrsia, into the foundation as an incubating project. Pyrsia was developed by JFrog and it can be used to secure software supply chains by creating a system where there is transparency in package sources. In addition, the distribution of artifacts can be done by anyone instead of just relying on a central place. 

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SD Times: KubeCon 2022: GitLab announces new Security and Governance updates, Slim.AI launches Container Intelligence, Sigstore announces free software signing service, and more

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JFrog’s Pyrsia initiative incubating under CD Foundation

The liquid software company JFrog has announced that Pyrsia, an open-source software community initiative that utilizes blockchain technology in order to secure software packages, is now an incubating project under the Continuous Delivery Foundation.

“We’re excited to join our long-time partners at the CD Foundation in creating a groundswell around Pyrsia to further its mission to better secure the software supply chain,” said Stephen Chin, VP of developer relations at JFrog and governing board member for the CD Foundation. “With the CD Foundation’s support, and that of our incredible industry partners, developers can leverage Pyrsia to have peace-of-mind in knowing their open source components have not been compromised, and confidently deliver secure software at scale.”

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Business Wire: JFrog-Led Open Source “Pyrsia” Initiative to Secure the Software Supply Chain will be Contributed to the CD Foundation

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JFrog Ltd. (“JFrog”) (NASDAQ: FROG), the Liquid Software company and creators of the JFrog DevOps Platform, today announced Pyrsia, an open source software community initiative that utilizes blockchain technology to secure software packages (a.k.a. binaries) from vulnerabilities and malicious code, has become an incubating project under the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). Working together, JFrog and the CD Foundation will ensure Pyrsia grows its backing and engagement through the use of a centralized governance model, defined roadmap, and broad representation within the wider technology and open source communities.

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vmblog: JFrog-Led Open Source “Pyrsia” Initiative to Secure the Software Supply Chain will be Contributed to the CD Foundation

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JFrog Ltd. announced Pyrsia, an open source software community initiative that utilizes blockchain technology to secure software packages (a.k.a. binaries) from vulnerabilities and malicious code, has become an incubating project under the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). Working together, JFrog and the CD Foundation will ensure Pyrsia grows its backing and engagement through the use of a centralized governance model, defined roadmap, and broad representation within the wider technology and open source communities.

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DevOps.com: JFrog Gives Pyrsia to CD Foundation to Secure Software Supply Chains

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At the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America conference this week, JFrog announced it contributed the Pyrsia project, which uses blockchain technologies to secure software packages, to the Continuous Delivery (CD) Foundation.

Stephen Chin, vice president of developer relations at JFrog and governing board member for the CD Foundation, said the goal is to increase the number of contributors to the project. Current contributors to the Pyrsia project include Docker, Inc., DeployHub, Futurewei and Oracle.

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DeployHub secures a $75k XRPL Grant for Ortelius

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The Ortelius open-source community will work with DeployHub to develop the open-source governance catalog to create an immutable SBOM audit trail that allows open-source developers to easily register their packages with SBOM information allowing organizations consuming open-source to easily access and act upon SBOM data, CVEs, and other usage information.

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Devops.com: CDEvents Aims To Standardize CI/CD Interoperability

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Companies are under mounting pressure to continuously release new applications and features. And as software development life cycles become more iterative, continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) has become a necessary ingredient to enable more rapid deployments.

Interestingly, CDEvents, an emerging open source standard from the Continous Delivery Foundation (CDF), is working to standardize the root semantics of how CI/CD tools describe the payloads of their events with more granularity than CloudEvents. The project aims to establish schemas for how common CI/CD events are described, easing integration and providing more actionable data surrounding the CI/CD pipeline.

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TechTarget: DevSecOps demands focus on developer experience, IT pros say

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AUSTIN, Texas — DevSecOps platforms operated by internal service providers are increasingly common, but just provisioning infrastructure for developers isn’t enough, experienced platform engineers have learned.

Operating a DevOps platform tends to create a shift to a product mindset, with platform teams acting as service providers that deliver a curated set of pipeline tools and infrastructure to internal developer customers. As their products mature, platform teams must also focus on improving their developer customers’ experience — or risk losing those customers to shadow IT and other risky practices, according to IT experts at this week’s cdCon.

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