In addition, npm Enterprise provides enterprise teams their own dedicated namespaces, allows for private packages in addition to its seamless integration with the public registry, and promotes secure code sharing between developers across the enterprise. Developers can publish private packages to their own company registry, or make them open source for anyone to access.
With this new release, npm Enterprise now includes:
- Single sign-on enhancements: Newly broadened SSO protocol support to work with standards used by the majority of enterprises, including OpenID Connect and SAML.
- User management improvements: Streamlined processes to scale user on-boarding across multiple teams and thousands of users.
These features are live and available today for all npm Enterprise customers.
The new EVR system is in a limited beta and currently available to only a few select enterprise customers, but interested parties can sign up for additional information and request to join the beta program at: go.npmjs.com/enterprise-vulnerability-report-system.
“The benefits of using open source code are immense, if you can manage the risks well, and in a way that doesn’t slow your developers,” said Tim Steele, Manager of Interface Architecture at clothing retailer Express. “Our developers were already big npm fans, so npm Enterprise was a no brainer. It helps us improve the security of our code without altering the developer’s workflow.”
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