Build vs. Assemble and the consequences
Products contain ever more software. As a consequence, R&D has shifted from in-house development to spending considerable effort on the assembly of parts developed by others. At the same time, the unique selling points of products reside ever more often in the software part of products and, as a consequence, the pace of software development is key. R&D organisations need to organise for this. However, with the rising complexity, the variety of technologies, security and vulnerability issues, and the need for compliance, the role of a Software Supply Chain Manager becomes inevitable. Like his counterpart in logistics, it is a key element to meet quality, fullfil compliance needs and mitigate risk in the area of software development.
ASERVO Software will outline how we help product companies focus in-house development on innovation by introducing software supply chain management to minimise cost of maintenance of commodity parts and mitigate risk of lock-in and over-dependency on commodity parts. Using the Software Bill of Material (SBOM) for products, software supply chain management can mitigate security and business risks as well as enable R&D to evolve their in-house developed components into commodity at the right time, so they can focus on new innovation.
Was lernen die Zuhörer in dem Vortrag:
Was ist die Rolle eines Software Supply Chain Managers, welches Tooling ist erforderlich? Ein weiterer Aspekt ist die Einführung eines Lifecycle Prozesses für genutzte Komponenten zur Minimierung des Risikos, aber auch der Fokussierung der eigenen Entwicklung auf den innovativen Aspekt.
Referenten: Rainer Heinold und Auke Jilderda, ASERVO Software
Rainer Heinold is now working for 30 years in consultative positions helping customers to innovate toolchains and methodologies especially in highly regulated industries. Together with the ASERVO team, he created solutions for +50 large organizations to adopt DevSecOps best practices, providing infrastructures for modern software development in system engineering or embedded development.
Auke Jilderda started his career within Philips Research, introducing InnerSource to large international organizations. At ASERVO he is responsible for tayloring complex consulting scenarios, and managing the ASERVO Openpool portfolio to help organizations mastering large transformation initiatives.
Themengebiet: Software Entwicklung und Qualitätsmanagement in der Medizintechnik
Zielgruppe: Development Managers, Product Managers, Compliance, QA
Schlüsselwörter: R&D, Inner Source, SBOM
Datum und Uhrzeit:. 24. Mai 2023, 12:10 - 12:55
Raum: Einstein 1