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This is a presentation delivered by the Infrastructure Department Head of Exist, Joanna Mariazeta-Taguinod, during the plenary sessions of Software Freedom Day Philippines 2010 held in UP Diliman last ...

This is a presentation delivered by the Infrastructure Department Head of Exist, Joanna Mariazeta-Taguinod, during the plenary sessions of Software Freedom Day Philippines 2010 held in UP Diliman last 18 September.

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    Open Source Business Models Open Source Business Models Presentation Transcript

      • Joanna Mariazeta-Taguinod [email_address]
        Software Freedom Day PH
        09/17/10 UP Diliman
      • Economic Paradox
        If open source software is distributed for free , where will the money come from?
      • Most Common Business Models
        Open Source and Commercial Versions Advertising on Free Software New Product Development (based on existing OSS) Software Engineering Services (using OSS tools & frameworks/components) Consulting Services (migration to OSS & customization) Technical Support Training Documentation
      • OSS Licensing Scheme
        License
        Ownership
        Virality
        Inheritance
        Business friendly
        GPL
        No
        Yes
        Yes
        No
        LGPL
        No
        Partial
        Yes
        No
        BSD
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        Artistic
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        MIT
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        Apache v1.1
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        Apache v2.0
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        MPL v1.1
        No
        No
        Yes
        No
        PHP License v3.0
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        Zope Public License v2.0
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
        Python SF License v2.0
        Yes
        No
        No
        Yes
      • Founded 2001
        • Focused on enabling businesses with innovative solutions
          • Award-winning engineering team
          • World-class open source engineering automation
          • Leading open source applications
          • Scalable cloud computing platform
      • Our employees from Australia to Germany, from US to the Philippines consistently deliver innovation for our worldwide customers
        Globally Delivered Engineering Services
        Build and Test Automation
        Cloud Computing Infrastructure
      • Important Milestones
          • Gluecode acquisition by IBM
          • Logicblaze acquisition by IONA
        Open Source
          • OSCON in Portland, POSS in PH, Software Freedom Day
          • Eclipse Foundation & Apache Software Foundation
          • Speakers in ApacheCon, Committers in Apache, Eclipse & OpenQA projects, First (and only) Filipina VP in Apache
        Awards
      • Software Development
        OS cuts down research & development cost Tools
          • Redmine, Eclipse IDE, Maven, Selenium, etc.
        OS speeds up delivery Examples
          • For a telecom company, Liferay Portal was used as the core of their client facing portal
          • For NPN, a financing company in LA, Spring framework was utilized to build the foundation of their loan & mortgage management system
      • Proprietary Components to OSS
        Oakgrove BPM
        Proprietary
        Open Source
      • Maestro
        Adapting the best practices of open source development processes to the enterprise
        Distributed engineering with a common build mapping
        Asynchronous development around the world
        Extensive reuse of software artifacts (ingredients)
        Frequent testing of integration and functions
      • OSS Is Business-Friendly
        Reduced duplication effort Building upon the work of others Better quality control – “Given enough eyeballs all bugs are shallow.” Reduced maintenance cost
      • Other Points
        Technical Support
          • Codes in established OSS are really good
          • Actual developers in the OS project
          • Technical support engineers & highly skilled software engineers
        Revenue not from the main product but from ancillary services Skills Needed
          • Technical
          • Management (Financial, Marketing, etc.)
      • A Global Gateway Innovation Exchange, LLC Subsidiary
        www.exist.com
      • Twitter: @existglobal
      • Look for our group on Facebook: Exist Global
      • We want to hear from you! Apply to: [email_address]