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The Head of Open Source Governance at Thomson Reuters joins Black Duck's CEO in this webinar sharing real-world insights into how to strategically bring open source methods within your development ...

The Head of Open Source Governance at Thomson Reuters joins Black Duck's CEO in this webinar sharing real-world insights into how to strategically bring open source methods within your development organization to improving speed and quality of development, while simultaneously impacting your business’ bottom line.

View this presentation for examples of how Thomson Reuters enable new levels of collaboration inside and outside the company, with a pro-open source development strategy that helps them recruit and retain top developer talent, while also facilitating social creativity.

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  • Data Source: GSMA Wireless Intelligence 2012Software and specifically open source software – Android as well as iOS -- has revolutionized the mobile industry.
  • Connected Cars WW (Source: ABI Research. July 2012).11% in 201260% by 2017Software and open source will revolutionize automobiles. By 2017, 60% of cars WW will be network connected (80% in the US).The infotainment platforms they deploy – many built on the GENIVI open source specification using Linux – will revolutionize automobiles as we know them
  • LG smart appliances include features that make it easy to connect your appliances to your smartphone, e.g., Near Field Communications (NFC).They offer self-diagnosis capabilities, so it can tell a user via their smartphone when and why it’s experiencing a problem. It can also allow the machine to get better over time via washing cycle downloads – so if LG engineers a better way to wash your undies, theoretically they’ll be able to push it out to your smartphone and your washer whenever you choose to connect. LG uses open source in their smart appliances: https://www.lg.com/global/support/opensource/opensourceList?superOsCategoryId=CAT00000014&osCategoryId=
  • And software is getting wearable and personal. Wearable devices are proliferating – smart watches, fitness monitors like the NikeFuelBand, and Google Glass to name a few.And devices don’t stop there. Projections for the “Internet of objects” are mind boggling:Currently, there are more than 12 billion devices that can connect to the Internet. However, by 2015, Cisco projects there will be 25 billion, with that number jumping to 50 billion by 2020, nearly seven times the number of people on the planet.
  • FOSS projects and our KB are growing rapidly (30-50% per year), over a million projects today growing to 2 million by 2014.
  • IT Organizations are looking outside their org’s, and eyeing the innovation, creativity, productivity and importantly the developer talent in open source communities.They’re moving to engage in projects of strategic importance to their business, opening up, connecting to communities sharing significant contributions
  • Key attributes of inner-sourcing:CollaborationSelf-organization Transparency EgalitarianismMeritocracyWe’ve helped customers implement community methods: ThomsonReuters, Philips Healthcare, US Navy, a global FS institution, etc.
  • Open source methods are being adopted by entire industries….
  • The over one million open source projects represent the collective wisdom of hundreds of thousands of developers.It is a resource of incalculable value that enables developers to learn from what’s been done before. The code it represents can speed development, and, what’s more important, the collective knowledge it represents encourages new ideas and creativity.And it’s growing almost 50% per year. Developers are sharing, reusing and repeating.
  • Knowledge is the foundation for creativity, and creativity adds to the world's collective knowledge. Community and connections speed the process.
  • Black Duck’s mission is to maximize the ability of organizations to create economic value through the adoption of open source technologies and methods.Our software and consulting unleashes and reinforces the creative capacity of development teams by connecting them across company and community boundaries with the knowledge, visibility and controls needed to confidently integrate and scale the use of open source software.

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  • The New Development Organization: Embracing “Open” and “Sharing” to Deliver Superior Value © Black Duck 2013
  • Speakers Ed Tilford Head of Open Source Governance Thomson-Reuters 2 Tim Yeaton CEO Black Duck Software © Black Duck 2013
  • Overview • Key Trends • Growing importance of open source software (OSS) • Software Development: the rules are changing • Tapping the world’s knowledge • New approach: open and sharing • Case Study: Thomson Reuters 3 © Black Duck 2013
  • “Software is eating the world.” - Marc Andreessen - 2012 4 © Black Duck 2013
  • Software is Everywhere - Mobile ½ the earth’s population uses mobile today 5 © Black Duck 2013
  • Software is Everywhere - Automotive It’s powering big mobile devices 6 © Black Duck 2013
  • Software is Everywhere – Consumer Electronics It’s enabling appliances 7 © Black Duck 2013
  • Software is Every-Ware It’s powering wearable devices 8 © Black Duck 2013
  • …and Open Source is fueling these innovations Black Duck KnowledgeBase 9 © Black Duck 2013
  • The Rules of the Game are Changing 10 © Black Duck 2013
  • Community methods are being brought in house 11 © Black Duck 2013
  • It’s Changing Entire Industries Financial Services Aerospace Healthcare Polarsys Infrastructure Automotive The Apache Foundation The Foundation 12 Mobile © Black Duck 2013
  • Knowledge: Share, Reuse, Repeat The collective wisdom of the world’s open source developers can enable creativity and speed development 13 © Black Duck 2013
  • Creativity Knowledge 14 © Black Duck 2013
  • New Approach: Open and Sharing Economic value is being created through open, collabor ation across boundaries and communities. 15 Black Duck enables organizations to connect, code and create. © Black Duck Software, Inc. 2013
  • BEYOND OPEN SOURCE GOVERNANCE AT THOMSON REUTERS Ed Tilford
  • ABOUT THOMSON REUTERS • Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals • We combine industry expertise and innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers • We are the world’s most trusted news organization • We serve professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets • We are a global company with operations in over 100 countries, employing approximately 60,000 people
  • OSS GOVERNANCE OVERVIEW Idea Generation Business Planning Definition Delivery Commitment Review Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 OSS Use Registration Deployment Support & Measure Obsolescence F4L Review Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Source Scanning OSS not approved Review Remediation OSS Approved Ready to be Hosted Ready to Ship
  • CONTRIBUTING TO EXISTING COMMUNITIES - BENEFITS FOR THOMSON REUTERS • Attracting and retaining talent – Peer recognition is valued, maintaining a professional online presence is becoming the norm – TR is not a well known technology company particularly among new college graduates • Fostering goodwill within the OSS communities whose solutions we use – Giving back instead of just taking • Influencing/driving the strategic direction of communities we use extensively in our products – Think Tomcat, Jquery, log4j, Java, Apache Commons, … 19
  • WHAT’S TO MANAGE? • Loss of reputation – Code submitted with bugs/poorly designed, disparaging remarks • Loss of intellectual property rights, copyright retention rights – Not all OSS licenses are created equal • Loss of competitive advantage – Assume our competitors are using it even if they are not active in the community • IP contamination • Copyright, trademark infringement 20
  • NEW COMMUNITY PROCESSES -Provide processes for gaining approval to create new external open source communities with TR IP -Presents a structured and considered approach to creating new communities - Education: technology groups gain understanding of what’s involved to be successful - Strategy and plan: project rationale, content, benefits and risks defined and considered ahead of launch - Commitment: resources required are acknowledged and provided - Legal protection: contributor assignment forms are established - IP review: project is screened for patented/able material, now and future
  • NEW COMMUNITY PROCESSES Clarification or Modification Request Submit Community Request Review and Triage Request Rejected Clarification or Modification Request Develop Strategy and Plan Review and Approve Plan Rejected Implement and Launch Community
  • NEW COMMUNITY BUSINESS CASE • Potential business value to TR – Quantitative wherever practical • • • – $$ saved in maintenance (hard to determine) Reduced cost of sales $$ in new sales Qualitative • • Strategic value is usually qualitative Direct and potential cost to TR – Community implementation and launch costs – Community operating expense, promotion costs • Community viability assessment and key factors • Assessment of other risks and key factors • Technology strategy • Licensing strategy • Community strategy • High level implementation plan 23 23
  • CORPORATE SOURCE VISION Increase software velocity, cost savings and innovation while enhancing employee retention & recruitment through the harnessing of collaborative energy, expertise and code from across the enterprise. 24
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  • CORPORATE SOURCE ACCCOMPLISHMENTS • Uptake increasing – Adoption moving from basic component to standard distribution and outright collaboration • The registry for APIs across TR • Integration with other TR development services 27
  • CONCLUSIONS • There is more to OSS governance than just managing the use of OSS • Manage internal demand for contributing and creating new OSS communities • Adopt inner sourcing practices to realize real business benefits
  • Questions? View This Webinar On Demand: http://advance.blackducksoftware.com/content/WRTho mson-Reuters View All Webinars: www.blackducksoftware.com/resources/webinars @black_duck_sw