By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify risks and vulnerabilities in using open source software and ways to mitigate those risks
- Articulate the benefits of using Nexus IQ
- Describe where the developer fits into the Nexus IQ policy process
- Define what is a policy
- Recognize when remediation is required
There are no prerequisites for this course.
The primary audience for this course includes software developers/engineers new to Nexus IQ, but a secondary audience could include anyone who wants to learn more about how Nexus IQ might benefit your organization.
There are no system requirements for this course. However, if you wish to learn more use this link to access the system requirements for using Nexus IQ.
The product version used in this course may be different than your own. The screens may have a different display, but the content and concepts remain generally the same.
Estimated Time to Complete
We will discuss the foundations of using Nexus IQ. We will touch on, but not take a deep dive into, the following topics:
- How to use the Nexus IQ Server application
- How to triage and remediate issues
As these topics are critical aspects of Nexus IQ, they are covered in greater detail in a separate course of the Nexus Lifecycle curriculum.
There are three solutions/licenses that unlock various features. For the sake for this course we will refer to features as either Nexus IQ Server or Nexus IQ.
Refer to our Glossary for more information on any of the terms used throughout this course.