GUAC – Aggregates Software Security Metadata Into A High Fidelity Graph Database
Note: GUAC is under active development – if you are interested in contributing, please look at contributor guide and the “express interest” issue
Graph for Understanding Artifact Composition (GUAC) aggregates software security metadata into a high fidelity graph database—normalizing entity identities and mapping standard relationships between them. Querying this graph can drive higher-level organizational outcomes such as audit, policy, risk management, and even developer assistance.
Conceptually, GUAC occupies the “aggregation and synthesis” layer of the software supply chain transparency logical model:
A few examples of questions answered by GUAC include:
Refer to the Setup + Demo document to learn how to prepare your environment and try GUAC out!
Here is an overview of the architecture of GUAC:
Supported input formats
We encourage discussions to be done on github issues. We also have a public slack channel on the OpenSSF slack.
For security issues or code of conduct concerns, an e-mail should be sent to [email protected].
Information about governance can be found here.