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WhiteSource Enhances Its SDLC Integration With Issue Trackers Support

WhiteSource now enables its customers to automate JIRA and Work Item ticket creation for policy violations

[Tel Aviv, Israel – January 16, 2017] – WhiteSource, the leader in continuous open source security and compliance management, today announced its integrations with two of the most popular issue trackers on the market, Atlassian’s Jira and Microsoft’s Work Items.

WhiteSource allows users to automate their entire open source management process, throughout the software development lifecycle (SDLC). By integrating WhiteSource with Jira and Work Items, user can now define polices that can be enforced automatically and generate tickets from within WhiteSource in case of a policy violation. This integration supports software development teams to better track and remediate vulnerable or problematic open source components.

“WhiteSource is all about taking the effort out of open source management. Our integrations with Jira and Work Items adds a further layer of automation into our solution and helps developers track and solve issues in their open source components”, says Rami Sass, WhiteSource CEO and founder. “Our customers can seamlessly generate tickets in real-time, for every policy violation defined as important in their organization, and ensure the proper tracking and resolution in their native environment.”

“This means users can now effortlessly track incoming issues, and automatically assign them to the relevant person for remediation. We’re delighted that, through our integrations, WhiteSource now covers over 50% of issue tracker software users out there. This means countless development teams can be engaged and presented with critical information regarding the open source components they’re using, all without damaging the agility and speed of the development process”

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Adam Murray

Adam Murray is a content writer at WhiteSource. He began his career in corporate communications and PR, in London and New York, before moving to Tel Aviv. He’s spent the last ten years working with tech companies like Amdocs, Gilat Satellite Systems, Allot Communications, and Sisense. He holds a Ph.D. in English Literature. When he’s not spending time with his wife and son, he’s preoccupied with his beloved football team, Tottenham Hotspur.

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