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WhiteSource Launches Extension For Microsoft Azure DevOps Services

TEL AVIV, Israel, October 26, 2020 – WhiteSource, the leader in open source security and license compliance management software, announced today its new native integration for Microsoft Azure DevOps services. The new extension will provide Azure DevOps users with immediate visibility over their open source components, and real-time security and compliance alerts, via a detailed risk report available on the Azure DevOps platform.

The Azure DevOps integration is designed to make DevOps, development, and security managers’ lives easier when working with open source components. The integration enables teams to reduce remediation time in both pre and post-release stages by detecting security vulnerabilities and compliance issues during the build stage when they are easier and quicker to fix.

The new integration will alert Azure DevOps users on problematic open source components and provide them with the information they need, when they need it without having to leave their native workspace, by providing a comprehensive risk report embedded in the Azure DevOps pipelines environment.

“We’re excited to enhance our offering to Microsoft Visual Studio and Azure DevOps customers, and support managers in their journey to achieve DevOps maturity,” said Jeffrey Martin, Associate VP Product at WhiteSource. “With this new addition, WhiteSource provides users with an end-to-end solution for their browser, IDE, repositories, CI/CD server, container registries, and K8 services.”

The Azure DevOps Services native integration is an addition to the existing WhiteSource Core native integration for Azure DevOps Server. Additional information regarding the new WhiteSource extension for Azure DevOps Services can be found here.

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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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