Evan Klein | Senior Product Marketing Manager

Evan is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Black Duck where he focuses on data analysis and product integrations. Before joining Black Duck, Evan worked in a variety of product management, data analysis, and marketing roles, and received an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.

Recent Posts

In the world of software, containers are changing everything. We can build and deploy applications rapidly and flexibly. We can deploy in the cloud; we can scale with incredible reliability. Entire industries are evolving to empower organizations to move from traditional application development to

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The way development teams build and deploy software is always changing. Recently, though, that trend has been more drastic. Today, the most productive development teams are using containers to build, deploy, and manage applications. Containers, in turn, have given those teams the flexibility and

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Developers don’t limit themselves to one method when building applications. They pull from third party libraries, build custom code for themselves, and rely heavily on open source. As a proponent for open source, I think it's important to recognize its prevalence in software development today.

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Building Tools to Enable Software Development Teams Atlassian is one of the most impressive success stories in the DevOps landscape today. With tools such as Bamboo CI to help developers manage continuous delivery pipelines and JIRA to automate developer workflow processes, Atlassian plays an

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Taking a look at the findings in the 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis Report  Black Duck is a company that thrives off data. In fact, it's essential to our business. I'm constantly impressed by the amount of data that we collect and the level to which our employees embrace the

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There’s no question that Microsoft believes in the power of Open Source to help developers create better applications. Last year, GitHub reported that Microsoft had more contributors to open source projects than Facebook, Docker, or Google. Clearly, the wall between Microsoft development and open

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