A software bill of materials (SBOM) ensures transparency, security, compliance in open source software (OSS). It provides visibility, aids vulnerability management, and ensures compliance.
Discover the advantages and risks of open source software (OSS). Learn about government mandates, security practices, and the benefits of support contracts.
An application programming interface, or API, is a set of definitions, rules, and protocols that enable communication between two entities. Learn what APIs are, how they work, the different types, and how they're used today.
An API gateway secures and mediates critical traffic between backend services and consumers. Learn more about how an API gateway can help your organization.
Observability allows developers to measure and infer a system's state through logs, metrics, and traces. Learn how observability works and its benefits.
OpenTelemetry (OTel) improves observability into applications, giving developers insights into the performance and health of their systems.
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of monolithic application architecture and examples of applications that commonly use it.
In the context of application security, a secret is any piece of information that proves the possessor is who and what it claims to be during the process of authentication and authorization. Learn more about secrets, the pros and cons of different storage types
GraphQL is a query language for your API. Learn more about GraphQL, its advantages, and its disadvantages.