Open Resource Discovery (ORD)
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
1M ago
What is Open Resource Discovery (ORD) and how can it be used and implemented inside SAP and beyond? In this episode, host Karsten Hohage speaks with Simon Heimler (SAP) about Open Resource Discovery (ORD) – a protocol that allows applications and services to self-describe their exposed resources and capabilities. Simon explains in more detail what ORD is, how it’s used and where at SAP we already use ORD or plan to use it in the future. As the platform is an open standard by SAP geared towards the SAP ecosystem, how do we ensure a correct adoption of ORD at SAP? And how can it be helpful for i ..read more
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AbapGit
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
2M ago
Introducing abapGit – an open source Git client. In this Podcast episode, we explain and discuss what abapGit is, how it works, what it’s needed for, and how it can be used. In this episode, host Karsten Hohage speaks with Michael Schneider and Marc Bernard about abapGit – an open source Git client developed for the ABAP server to import and export objects between ABAP systems. In the discussion, Marc explains the basics of abapGit, and how it works. He also shares what abapGit is needed for, and how it can be used. Michael gives us some insights about SAP’s involvement in the development of a ..read more
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EU Cyber Resilience Act (CRA)
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
3M ago
In this episode, host Karsten Hohage discusses the European Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) with Mirko Boehm, Mike Milinkovich, and Sebastian Wolf. Our guests explain what the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) is and why it is important to virtually everyone in the EU and anyone who wants to do business in the European market. What has the journey of the CRA been until now, and what are the next steps in the evolution of CRA? How will the CRA impact the consumption and contribution of Open Source Software? Guests: Mike Milinkovich Mike Milinkovich is a seasoned technology executive with a wealth of expe ..read more
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Open Source and Universities
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
4M ago
In this episode, host Karsten Hohage discusses open source and InnerSource at universities with our guest Clare Dillon. Clare explains how collaborative, community-driven approaches to open-source development at universities result in greater knowledge sharing, but also what the academia-specific challenges to open approaches are. This episode will help you gain insight into the evolving open source landscape in academia and how it differs from other parts of the OSS ecosystem. Guest: Clare Dillon Clare Dillon is an open source and InnerSource advocate and is currently a researcher with Univ ..read more
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Sovereign Tech Fund – Investing in the Future Today
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
7M ago
In this episode, our host Karsten Hohage talks to Powen Shiah and Mirko Swillus about the Sovereign Tech Fund. Established in 2022, it focuses on critical infrastructure in the public interest with the goal of supporting development, improvement, and maintenance of open-source components in digital infrastructure. The funding comes from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Klimaschutz), as investing in digital commons strengthens innovation, economic competition, and democracy. Guests: Powen Shiah Powen handles communicatio ..read more
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The Growing Importance of Software Bills of Materials (SBOM)
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
8M ago
In this episode, our host Karsten Hohage talks to Max Mehl and Sebastian Wolf about Software Bills of Materials or SBOMs. An SBOM is a detailed record of all components within a software application, including open-source libraries, third-party dependencies and licenses. Max and Sebastian discuss the importance of SBOMs as well as some challenges and unanswered questions of the state of the art. They also speak with Karsten about SBOMs within SAP and Deutsche Bahn and the importance of SBOMs when it comes to open source. Guests: Max Mehl Max has been committed to free and open-source softwar ..read more
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Project “Foxhound” – Hunting Cross-Site Scripting on the Web
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
9M ago
In this episode, our host Karsten Hohage talks to Thomas Barber about project “Foxhound”, an SAP-maintained fork of Firefox (the web browser) that is designed to detect security vulnerabilities in websites. Thomas discusses the history of “Foxhound”, how and why it was created, and its journey to becoming an open-source project. He talks about the importance of the collaborations that made Foxhound successful and about some of the challenges that it has faced along the way. Anyone who wants to get involved in this project is welcome to visit the GitHub page to learn more. Guest: Thomas Barbe ..read more
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The TODO Group – Talk Openly, Develop Openly
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
10M ago
OCM is an extensible standard accompanied by a toolset designed to enable the automation of many software-lifecycle-related processes. It can be defined as a common machine-readable format for describing software components, which serves as a Software Bill of Delivery (SBoD). In this episode, our guests Jason Kafka and Ingo Kober discuss with host Karsten Hohage about OCM and why it is run as open source. Jason and Ingo also talk about their vision for OCM’s future, its applications, and its challenges. Guests: Ana Jiménez Santamaría is the OSPO Program Manager at the TODO Group. Ana has a s ..read more
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Open Component Model (OCM) – Describe, Transport, Deploy
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
11M ago
OCM is an extensible standard accompanied by a toolset designed to enable the automation of many software-lifecycle-related processes. It can be defined as a common machine-readable format for describing software components, which serves as a Software Bill of Delivery (SBoD). In this episode, our guests Jason Kafka and Ingo Kober discuss with host Karsten Hohage about OCM and why it is run as open source. Jason and Ingo also talk about their vision for OCM’s future, its applications, and its challenges. Guests: Jason Kafka has been part of the SAP family for 14 years. He started as a Softwar ..read more
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Summer Break 2023 - We'll be back in August!
The Open Source Way
by SAP SE
1y ago
Dear listener, we typically have a summer break in August, but this year we will do it in July. We will be back with an episode for you at the last Wednesday of August. If you are craving for open source content from us, check out the recordings of our public webinars at https://webinars.sap.com/ospo-webinar-series/en/webinar-replays ..read more
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