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  • 1. Current Trends in the Software Industry Professor Stephen K. Kwan Management Information Systems College of Business San Jos é State University Silicon Valley Open Source Research Project http://www.cob.sjsu.edu/kwan_s [email_address] Presented at SJSU Alumni College October 14th, 2006 © Stephen. K. Kwan 2006
  • 2. Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards
  • 3. Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards
    • No Lock-in / Choice
    • Interoperability
    • Stability
    • Predictability
    • One Neck to Wring
    • No viral licenses
    • . . .
  • 4. Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards
    • World Domination
    • Market Share
    • Customer Lock-in
    • Rich Features
    • Differentiation
    • Constant upgrades
    • License/Subscription Fees
    • High Price/Low Risk
    • Patent protection
    • . . .
    The Cathedral!
  • 5. Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards
    • Openness (free?)
    • Adoption
    • Multiple Implementations
    • Vendor-Neutral
    • No extend/omit/adapt
    • No hidden IP issues
    • For the public good
    • e.g., Internet Computing
    • standards
    • . . .
    Standard Setting - Consortium of vendors, customers, users, government - Different by geographical Region
  • 6. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors Disruptive Technology
  • 7. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors The Bazaar!
    • Scratch an itch
    • Commoditization
    • Free Speech
    • Provides choice
    • Creativity / Ego
    • Anti-Redmond
    • Community/Collaboration
    • Anti-exploitation
    • Make Money?
    • Licensing Agreement
    • GPL/LGPL, etc.
    • . . .
    FOSS
  • 8.  
  • 9. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors
    • No Lock-in / Choice
    • Interoperability
    • Stability
    • Predictability
    • One Neck to Wring
    • No viral licenses
    • ....
    Right A ttitude Right F eatures Low R isks Low C osts AFRC
  • 10. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors
    • In the US,
    • The OSS market is becoming more mature
    • OSS is moving up the stack
    • Enterprises are not hesitating to adopt
    • Mix open/proprietary model
    • There are money making business models
    • Venture Capitals are being invested
    • in OSS Companies
    US Market
  • 11. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors How much has been shifted?
  • 12. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors “… about 7% of $172B [~$12B]in total SW revenue is drained from traditional SW vendors, a leak that will grow to about 15% in 2010…” Laurie Wurster, Gartner
  • 13. New Tension in the Software Market Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Vendors Open Standards Open Source Software Vendors How did the Software Market Respond?
  • 14. Enterprise IT Buyers Proprietary Software Open Standards A Mixed Strategy – Encroaching the Enterprise IT Buyers Open Source Software
  • 15. Current Trends in the Software Industry Q & A © Stephen. K. Kwan 2006 End Professor Stephen K. Kwan Management Information Systems College of Business San José State University Silicon Valley Open Source Research Project http://www.cob.sjsu.edu/kwan_s [email_address] Emerging Economies

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