Veristor and Forty8Fifty Labs Partner with Sonatype on Development and Delivery of Open Source Governance
August 21, 2019

Veristor Systems and Forty8Fifty Labs, the DevOps and software development subsidiary of Veristor, announced a partnership with Sonatype.

By using the Sonatype Nexus Platform in their strategic open source DevOps projects, Veristor and Forty8Fifty Labs' customers can innovate faster and mitigate security risks throughout the application development lifecycle.

"Sonatype provides open source intelligence and automated governance for the faster delivery of secure applications," said Steve Bishop, Veristor CTO, and Executive Director of Forty8Fifty Labs. "Their Nexus Platform automates governance while helping to mitigate security vulnerabilities and enforce policies across the entire DevOps pipeline. We are pleased to join their ecosystem of partners as we work together to speed the release cycle of secure applications."

"Veristor and Forty8Fifty Labs are a valued addition to our ecosystem of strategic delivery partners," said Tyler Shields, VP of Strategy and Business Development at Sonatype. "Like Sonatype, both companies are deeply committed to furthering DevOps and DevSecOps, and their customer reach make them ideally suited to help expand the footprint of the Nexus Platform across enterprises. They are a welcome addition to our partner network."

The Nexus Platform automatically enforces open source governance and controls risk across every phase of the software development lifecycle. Fueled by Nexus Intelligence which includes in-depth security, license, and quality information on millions of open source components across dozens of ecosystems, the platform precisely identifies open source risk and provides expert remediation guidance, empowering developers to innovate faster. Only Nexus secures your perimeter and every phase of your software development, including production, by continuously monitoring for new risk based on your open source policies. Veristor and Forty8Fifty Labs offer the Sonatype Nexus Platform as part of their suite of DevOps and IT security products and services for the faster innovation and delivery of secure applications.

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