Enterprise Open Source Fccs March


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A quick overview of the enterprise solutions based on Open Source products available on the market.
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Enterprise Open Source Fccs March

  1. 1. Open Source Applications A Landscape of Open Source Solutions Ready for the Enterprise Arnaud Blandin Vice President APAC © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  2. 2. Agenda Disclaimer Open Source history Benefits, Myths & Pitfalls Business Models Enterprise Solutions Landscape Intalio at a glance (optional) © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  3. 3. Quick Definition What is Open Source for you? 1. Free Redistribution 2. Source Code 3. Derived Works 4. Integrity of The Author's Source Code 5. No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups 6. No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor 7. Distribution of License 8. License Must Not Be Specific to a Product 9. License Must Not Restrict Other Software 10. License Must Be Technology-Neutral http://opensource.org/docs/osd © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  4. 4. Open Source Myths Open Source means cheap or even better free Open Source is cheaper to adopt but not cheap in the long run Open Source means security issue Open Source code is more reviewed than any other software. For instance Jetty is the only application server certified level 4 by the DOD Open Source means lack of quality Peer review, commitment from engineers Open Source is being developed by students and freelancers Most Apache developers are IBM, Oracle (SUN, BEA), Progress See Eclipse members © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  5. 5. Open Source History – fast forward 1985:Creation of Free Software Foundation by Richard Stallman to resist to the massive development of proprietary software 1995: MySQL is incorporated 2003: Novell acquiring SuSE 2005: SAP investing in SocialText, IBM bought GlueCode, Oracle acquires Sleepy Cat 2006: RedHat acquiring JBoss…birth for Enterprise Open Source 2006: Intalio launches the first open source based BPMS But…2009: Oracle buys Sun 2010: Microsoft Azure supports MySQL © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  6. 6. Open Source Software Benefits Cost: cheaper to adopt, but not cheap in the long run. Better software: Peer Review Code Quality Collaborative Processes Competitive Environment No Vendor Lock In clients no longer rely exclusively on the vendor to make the product work for them. Viability: Good open source products remain viable regardless of the viability of the sponsoring companies. Good commercial products disappear when vendor gets acquired or change strategy. © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  7. 7. Open Source Pitfalls License complexity/Intellectual Property Risks Lack of professional Support Product Direction/Update Management Lack of toolings Most projects are focused on building a framework not on usability Documentation Lack of skilled resources © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  8. 8. Status of Open Source 85% Enterprise are using open source – Gartner, 2008 Apache Server has 54% Market Share – NetCraft (http://news.netcraft.com/) JBoss Application Server has 25% market share – JBoss Community Website Intalio|BPMS is the most widely deployed BPMS – Intalio Inc. Open Source is a reality, companies must have a strategy for it © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  9. 9. Business Model Support The source code is available under a liberal license A company provides implementation services and production support Dual Licensing The source code is available both as a copyleft license and a proprietary license COSMO © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  10. 10. Commercial Open Source Model Enterprise Edition 10% more code Open Source Edition Source code Documentation Support 10% more code Maintenance Open Source Foundation Code Base Code under GPL Patch updates No support Indemnification 80% of total code base Donated to Apache and Eclipse © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  11. 11. How to choose an Open Source Product Independent third party reviews Ensure you can find professional support A company must offer support Training services must be available Check out the vitality of the community When was the last release? How often are messages answered? When was the last documentation article posted? Test the product! Download Go through the tutorials Register to a training, it’s a small investment! © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  12. 12. Enterprise Open Source landscape Collaboration Portal ECM eCommerce BPM ESB/Integration BRE Application Servers Databases ERP CRM Communication © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  13. 13. Front-end Portal Liferay, Drupal ECM Alfresco, Nuxeo eCommerce Magento Collaboration Zimbra © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  14. 14. Middleware BPM Intalio|BPMS ESB, Integration MuleSource, Apache CamL BRE JBoss Rules (Drools) Application Servers JBoss, Tomcat, Jetty © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  15. 15. Backend Database MySQL PostgreSQL CRM SugarCRM ERP Compiere OpenBravo Communication Asterix DimDim © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  16. 16. Other vendors/projects to consider JasperSoft, Pentaho Hyperic (Monitoring) – part of SpringSource SpringSource(VMWare) © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  17. 17. Intalio and Open Source © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  18. 18. Corporate Overview Open Source Middleware Technologies Technologies Private Cloud Computing Platform Sold online to all types of organizations Sold to and through Service Providers Intalio|Cloud Platform Intalio|Works BPMS Intalio|Cloud BPM Intalio|Works Jetty Funding Intalio|Cloud CRM 650 customers in 50+ countries Launched in May 2009 60+ implementation partners 4 customers © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  19. 19. Intalio|Works at a Glance Intalio|Works BPMS Most widely deployed Open Source BPMS (over 100,000 active deployment sites) Community Edition (Free) and Enterprise Edition (Subscriptions) 650+ paying customers Intalio|Works Jetty Most popular Java application server (over 50M active deployment sites) Optimized for asynchronous transactions and small memory footprint 50+ paying customers © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  20. 20. Intalio|Works BPMS – Success Stories Finnair – Passenger Upgrade Real-time situation analysis Increased customer satisfaction Reduced liabilities TeliaSonera – Construction Management Automated tracking of materials and services Expedited scheduling across supply chain Reduced costs associated with human errors © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  21. 21. Intalio|Works BPMS – Success Stories Bank Baltikums – New Account & Commercial Loan Risk management for the bank and customers Improved efficiency for core processes Increased flexibility and control over processes Real-time business performance monitoring “Business groups within the bank challenged the Business Technology department by asking for a technology that supports much larger operations in a much wider geography, keeps control on everything and provides transparency. We picked the obvious choice out of the software and services offered to us! We are sure our investments in Intalio will pay back in first year!” Andris Rozenbahs, Head of IT Tyre Dating – Customer Service & Partner Management Integration of disparate systems Reduced development costs Real-time supply-chain monitoring © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  22. 22. Intalio|Works BPMS – Success Stories State of Pennsylvania – Law enforcement Improves law practitioner involvement Supports collaborative business processes Consolidates disparate processes Baerum Kommune – Internet Public Services Easily adjusts to new requirements as they evolve Provides 24x7 service Reduces registration time from days to seconds © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  23. 23. Intalio|Works Jetty – Success Stories Zimbra (division of EMC) Jetty on server and offline client “We recommend Jetty because of the great success we've had with it, specifically for Zimbra 5.0. They've got >25M users great developer support, and the code is clean and simple to look at.” Dedicated support line Maintained branch, custom security BBS.no © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  24. 24. Intalio|Works Jetty – Success Stories Forex trading platform Massive symbol space Low latency Browser, thick client Full support, custom scaling rig Chess.com Live.chess.com Cometd move streaming Multiple viewers, games, tabs Full support © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  25. 25. Future of open source Subscription models will become a standard Cloud based solutions encourage subscriptions Expensive licenses will still exist on very specific market (PLM, Risk Management…) Open Source movements will become more structured Apache, Eclipse will be the prime drivers IBM, Oracle will participate more and try to take control Adoption in enterprise will grow Adoption has been driven by government which helped products and companies to mature Traditional software vendors are already losing against specific open source players © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com
  26. 26. Thank you! www.intalioworks.com © 2010 Intalio www.intalioworks.com info@intalio.com