Hub Detect: Comprehensive Open Source Scanning

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As a product manager at Black Duck, I drive our priorities with integrations. This means, of course, that I listen to our customers a lot — what integrations are working for them, what’s missing, and what new features would help them. Based on customer feedback, our team has been improving our open source scanning technology to make the process simpler while providing the most accurate results possible.

The outcome of this work is our Hub Detect implementation. I made this short video to explain the functionality of this umbrella implementation. We orchestrated Detect as a one-step, post-build configuration that pulls down the latest and greatest implementation with the latest feature enhancements pushed to our GitHub repository. 

 

I also wrote a blog post that walks you through Hub Detect in detail (with screenshots) — check it out! Reach out to Customer Success with your questions, or check out our GitHub repository to try Hub Detect today. I look forward to hearing your feedback!

Learn about Hub Detect, a new open source discovery tool

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