Commit db9dce46 authored by Mark Lodato's avatar Mark Lodato
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Signed-off-by: default avatarMark Lodato <lodato@google.com>
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SLSA is organized into a series of levels that provide increasing
[integrity](terminology.md) guarantees. This gives you confidence that that
software hasn’t been tampered with and can be securely traced back to its
source.
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This page is an informative overview of the SLSA levels, describing their
purpose and guarantees. For the normative requirements at each level, see
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This page covers all of the technical requirements for an artifact to meet the
[SLSA Levels](levels.md).
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For background, see [Introduction](index.md) and [Terminology](terminology.md).
To better understand the reasoning behind the requirements, see
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## SLSA is currently in alpha
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Google has been using an internal version of SLSA since 2013 and requires it for all of Google's production workloads.
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We encourage the community to try adopting SLSA levels incrementally and to share your experiences back to us. We rely on feedback from other organizations to evolve SLSA and be more useful to more people. [Please get involved!](getinvolved.md)
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