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The 2012 Future of Open Source Survey Results

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Black Duck Software and North Bridge Venture Partners announce the results of the sixth annual Future of Open Source Survey. Conducted in partnership with The 451 Group, the 2012 survey reveals that …

Black Duck Software and North Bridge Venture Partners announce the results of the sixth annual Future of Open Source Survey. Conducted in partnership with The 451 Group, the 2012 survey reveals that open source software (OSS) is leading innovation in major technology segments including mobile, cloud and big data, as well as creating innovative business models such as Open SaaS. The quality of open source, and the ability to continuously improve, is now one of the top reasons for its adoption.

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  • 1. 2012 THE FUTURE OFOPEN SOURCE The Open Source Leadership Panel at OSBC May 21, 2012
  • 2. 2THE LEADERSHIP PANEL Tim Yeaton Tom Erickson Michael Skok Ryan Garner Gil Yehuda CEO CEO General Partner VP, Dir.-to-Consumer Dir. of Open Source @black_duck_sw @tom_eric @mjskok Services and Open Standards @ryanTgarner @gyehudaFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 3. 3AGENDA Markets Community Investment & InnovationFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 4. 4OPEN SOURCE COLLABORATORSFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 5. 5SURVEY RESPONSESFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 6. 6SURVEY RESPONDENTS Vendors Non-VendorsFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 7. 7SURVEY RESPONDENTS’ TITLES Architect/Engineer Software VP/Director Engineer/Developer Systems IT President/GM IT CEO/Founder/ Management/IT Co- Staff Marketing/ Founder/Principal Advertising, PR Educator Line of Business Sales/Business CIO/CTO/ Manager Development Professional CSO/COO/ Services (Lawyer/Investor) CFO/CMO Analyst Director Non-IT VP/FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 8. 8AGENDA Markets Community Innovation & InvestmentFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 9. 9OSS DEPLOYED IN YOUR ORGANIZATION Open Source deployment is reaching a tipping point Open source deployment Open source will make up has reached >75% 51%–75% of deploymentFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 10. 10VENDORS VS. NON-VENDOR COMPANIESOSS DEPLOYMENT IN 5 YEARS 50% 45% 40% % of Responses 30% 31% 30% 29% Vendor 23% Non Vendor 20% 18% 14% 10% 10% 0% Over 75% 51%-75% 26%-50% Up to 25% OSS as a % of Deployed CodeFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 11. 11WHAT % OF SOFTWARE PURCHASES WILL BE OSS IN 5 YEARS? 3% increase 50% or more on OSSFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 12. 12OPEN SOURCE TRENDS DRIVING INNOVATION Adoption of open source into Enterprise adoption of non-technical segments open source 42% 40% Enterprise adoption of OSS is rated most important by companies with >1,000 employeesFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 13. 13WHAT MAKES OSS ATTRACTIVE? 2009 2010 2011 2012 Freedom from Lower costs Lower costs VENDOR lock-in Freedom from VENDOR lock-in Freedom from Superior security Lower costs VENDOR lock-in Freedom from Rapid pace of Flexibility VENDOR lock-in innovation Lower costs QualityFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 14. 14TOP BARRIERS TO OPEN SOURCE SELECTION 48% 35% 47%FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 15. 15INDUSTRIES MOST IMPACTED BY OSS IN 2012 44% Data 23% Health/Medical/Life 12% Financial Services Management SciencesFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 16. 16CHARACTERISTICS THAT MAKE INDUSTRIESLIKEY TO BE IMPACTED BY OSS 51% 50% 46% Software development Profit margins/ability Technology is an essential strategic to invest in IT centric processFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 17. 17THE VIRTUOUS CYCLE – INNOVATION & OSS OSS Innovation 600,000+ OSS projects 100+ billion lines of code 10 million person-years of work “ …we are living in a golden age of open source innovation, with many of the most exciting computing ideas…being explored through [FOSS]. Glyn Moody, H-Online.com (March 2012)Source:FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 18. 18REVENUE STRATEGIES THAT CREATE THEMOST VALUE FOR OPEN SOURCE VENDORS 52% 41% 40% SaaS Support Service Supprt Service Value-Added Subcription Support SubscriptionFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 19. 19AGENDA Markets Community Innovation & InvestmentFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 20. 20FACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF OSS PROJECTS OSS PROJECTS Size of community 19% Availability of commercial support 23% Project maturity 43%FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 21. 21FACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF OSS PROJECTS Non-Vendor OSS PROJECTS Size of community 19% 20% Availability of commercial support 23% 21% Project maturity 43% 46%FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 22. 22INDUSTRY CASE STUDY: AUTOMOTIVEWhat is Your Company’s Relationship to Using Open Source Software in Products? The Study The Results: We use it 59% CONDUCTED BY: We are evaluating use 35%  OSS has arrived in automotive software We contribute to it 21% development Prof, Dr. Dirk Riehle We do not use it 15%  Management Head of the Open Source Institute and control of University of Erlangen-Nuremberg We have started one or OSS lags more projects 9% adoption We are head of one or more projects 6% 0% 20% 40% 60%Source:FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 23. 23HIRING: WHAT ASPECT OF OSS EXPERIENCE ISMOST IMPORTANT? Experience with a variety Code of projects contributions 35% 28%FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 24. 24AGENDA Markets Community Innovation & InvestmentFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 25. 25SIGNIFICANT TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION FROMNEW PROJECTS IN THE OSS COMMUNITY Cloud 40% Mobile Apps 19% Mobile Enterprise 15%FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 26. 26 OPEN SOURCE DRIVES MOBILE INNOVATION New Mobile OSS Projects Share of Projects*  >18,000 cumulative projects  10,000 new in 2011 alone! * Based on OSS projects that specify a mobile platform  Android gaining momentum, share > 70%  iOS share declined, but number of projects increasedSource: FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 27. 27OSS INVESTMENTS BY THE NUMBERS2011 $674.9m $10.1M $192.7M 49% 48.5% 63.3% Dollars Deals Avg. Deal Seed, Invested Completed Size Series A2010 $452.8M 73 $6.8M $118.7M 1.4% 72FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 28. 28HOT OSS COMPANIES 2010 2011 2012FUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 29. 29 Quality Innovation = GrowthFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 30. 30WITH GROWTH COMES… Revenue Enterprise Adoption Super- CommunitiesFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 31. 31THANK YOU! OPEN SOURCE COLLABORATORSFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012
  • 32. 32FIND OUT MORE http://www.northbridge.com/software http://www.opensourcedelivers.com/ Contact: Michael J. Skok: mjskok@northbridge.com Tim Yeaton: tyeaton@blackducksoftware.comFUTURE OF OPEN SOURCE 2012

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