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IBM’s Open Source Strategy

 Adam Jollans – Open Source Strategy Manager, IBM
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IBM's Open Source Strategy



Open Source is part of Open Computing

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IBM's Open Source Strategy

IBM contributions to Open Source go back 10 years

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IBM's Open Source Strategy


IBM’s Open Source Approach
   Innovation: Harness and fuel the
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IBM's Open Source Strategy

Open Source Beyond Linux…
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IBM's Open Source Strategy

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IBM's Open Source Strategy

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IBM's Open Source Strategy

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2009 – Open Source and Private Source converging
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  Insist on Open Standards
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"IBMs Open Source Strategy" by Adam Jollans @ eLiberatica 2009

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One of the biggest events of its kind in Eastern Europe, eLiberatica brings community leaders from around the world to discuss about the hottest topics in FLOSS movement, demonstrating the advantages of adopting, using and developing Open Source and Free Software solutions.

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  1. 1. ® IBM Software Group IBM’s Open Source Strategy Adam Jollans – Open Source Strategy Manager, IBM eLiberatica Romania - May 2009 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. IBM's Open Source Strategy Open Source is part of Open Computing  Open standards Open Computing Improving information sharing by simplifying integration of disparate technologies Open Promoting interoperability by using open standards published specifications  Open architecture  Increasing collaboration by easily extending Community business processes – eg SOA Innovating on top of common specifications Innovation  Open source Open Open Promoting innovation by leveraging architecture source community development Accelerating open standards adoption © 2009 IBM Corporation 2
  3. 3. IBM's Open Source Strategy IBM contributions to Open Source go back 10 years 1998 - 2001 2002 - 2003 2004-2005 2006-2008  IBM contributes accessibility code to Firefox  IBM forms Linux  Linux contributions to  IBM and Novell/SUSE achieve  IBM becomes founding member of Technology Center scalability (8-way+), security milestone (EAL4+ and COE Eclipse Aperi project reliability (stress testing, compliance)  Leads Apache projects defect mgmt, doc)  IBM leads Open AJAX initiative and Xerces (XML4J),  Eclipse becomes independent as announces partnership with the Dojo Xalan, SOAP  Leads Apache projects: Eclipse Foundation, Inc. – IBM Foundation Web Services (WSIF  Creates OSI-approved and WSIL), Pluto contributes UML2, Voice Tools, Aperi,  Leads Apache Tuscany project and IBM Public License (Portlet API) and COSMOS, Ajax Tools Platform Pecl SOA for PHP project WSRP4J (Remote  IBM donates code for user-centric  Strategic participation Portal)  Globus Toolkit 4 is WS-I compliant in Mozilla security management to Eclipse  Leads Eclipse projects  Pledged 500 patents to open source Higgins  IBM becomes founding GEF (editing), EMF  IBM donates code for medical member of OSDL (modeling), XSD (XML  Partner with Zend PHP record management to Eclipse Open  Founder of Eclipse.org Schema), Hyades Healthcare Framework (OHF) (testing), Visual Editor,  IBM enhances Apache partnership  IBM announces support for and Eclipse AspectJ, Equinox rich Consortium - Contributes Derby database Eclipse.org version of Eclipse client - Helps Derby graduate from  IBM contributes to Apache Lucene  Creates internal  Globus Toolkit incubation bazaar using OSS project and announces OmniFind contributions for OGSA, - Contributes voice recognition Yahoo! Edition methodology OGSI - Supports Geronimo J2EE project  IBM joins OpenOffice.org - Acquires Gluecode for skills More than 1000 IBM dev elopers IBM leads 80+ OSS projects IBM contributes to 150+ involv ed in OSS projects OSS projects © 2009 IBM Corporation 3
  4. 4. IBM's Open Source Strategy IBM’s Open Source Approach  Innovation: Harness and fuel the energy and innovation of open source communities Embed Layer Extend  Contribution: Become a strategic player in open source communities, Enhance Integrate Support both as a contributor and consumer of Community Innovation technology Contribute  Enhancement: Capture, focus and Participate .. Donate ...Sponsor.. translate open source innovation into value for our customers  Growth: Leverage open source to gain new users, enter new markets, and expand business opportunities © 2009 IBM Corporation 4
  5. 5. IBM's Open Source Strategy Open Source Beyond Linux… Open Source Software Web Application Communities Development Servers / SOA Open Source Projects P SD WA na l al W AS S Mixed Open / R at io at ion t Fea R r Private Source z/ nce t ur Offerings Jaz m C o it e WA eP ack T ea El e t SC s al lips por E DB or t Initiative Areas Ec u p ny IBM Find n Ge Om Edit S r e, Tu onim ,P 2E ph o lips sca o, Da t es Ec jo ni xpr udio Sym Do Axi n y, t or t a S ho o ! s No Exp us ess O p se, edi De ene Client L ot Information Lu c O ff n t us io Ya ip ice us -C e r by se Ap Collaboration M anagement Ecl Lot lip Lo t a ch , Ec Linux e O ffic s C o se Sou en gs Off r ce ing a pe e O ill Mu Op er in sm n IBM em oz Ma ffer M es os n ag , Pla Ser ent r Xen s. SO Po vic Systems we Open bu IB Bla r .or t for S er g Glo oop vic GB de . M M anagement or g d Source Services Ha m e St IBM S/ or GT ag Sys lo ud e t em eC ns I, p Blu lut io ,B So d IBM lad r id lou Open Ser eC tr IB MG d /C Open Grid / Hardware Platforms ver s Gri IBM Cloud Offerings © 2009 IBM Corporation 5
  6. 6. IBM's Open Source Strategy Apache Community and Web Application Web Application Servers / SOA Server Projects  Apache.org  Open Source not-for-profit Foundation  Home of the market-leading Apache HTTP server  Now multiple Apache projects, characterized by:  Collaborative, consensus based development process  Open and pragmatic software license  Desire to create high quality software that leads the way in its field  Apache Tomcat  Servlet container for Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages  Widespread adoption  Apache Geronimo  Server runtime for JEE5  Rapid increase in adoption  Apache Tuscany  Implementation of SOA programming model  SCA and SDO © 2009 IBM Corporation 6
  7. 7. IBM's Open Source Strategy Web Application Servers / SOA WAS Community Edition  WebSphere Application Server Community Edition  Lightweight JEE5 application server built on Apache Geronimo technology  Integrates Apache Tomcat  Includes Apache Derby  No up-front costs  World-class support (optional, fee-based)  Winner – Open Source Tool of the year, Developer.com Your Killer App IBM W ebSphere Application Server Community Edition Apache Tomcat Security / Geronimo Plug-In Kernel SOAP/Web Authentication Services (Axis2) Fully Integrated & Extensible Web Tier Kernel Services Clustering EJB & JPA Other optional plug-ins, transactions and JMS messaging © 2009 IBM Corporation 7
  8. 8. IBM's Open Source Strategy Web Application simplify Servers / SOA Apache Tuscany  Tuscany provides a flexible infrastructure that simplifies development and deployment of SOA- based systems through implementation of  Apache Tuscany is implemented in Service Component Architecture (SCA) and Java and C++ http:// Service Data Object (SDO). incubator.apache.org/tuscany/  Tuscany SCA simplifies designing, building,  PHP version is available at http:// managing and scaling composite applications pecl.php.net/package/sca_sdo that can consist of multiple languages in a  Standards for SCA and SDO are distributed environment. supported by many industry leaders  Tuscany SCA lightweight runtime can be at OASIS open CSA: embedded in, or provisioned to, a number of http://www.oasis-opencsa.org/ runtimes such as Websphere, Geronimo and Tomcat. The runtime is easily extensible to  Tuscany is consumed by IBM products and has been experiencing further its capability. a growing number of open source  Tuscany SDO simplifies handling of data in adopters who are looking for SOA SOA by providing a uniform interface for infrastructure. handling different forms of data. © 2009 IBM Corporation 8
  9. 9. IBM's Open Source Strategy Software Development Eclipse Community and Projects  Eclipse.org  Open Source Community  Home of the market-leading Eclipse Java IDE  Started with IBM code contribution in 2001  Now multiple Eclipse projects, focused on building an open integration platform comprised of extensible frameworks, tools and runtimes for building, deploying and managing software across the lifecycle  Eclipse also hosts modelling, test, and web tools projects  Eclipse Platform  Universal integration platform of extensible frameworks and exemplary tools  Integrated Development Environment  Eclipse base language IDEs for most of the popular languages, including  Java  C/C++  PHP © 2009 IBM Corporation 9
  10. 10. IBM's Open Source Strategy 2009 – Open Source and Private Source converging  Open Source and Private Source increasingly mixing Open Private Business models Source Source Development methodology  Community approach  New hybrid models emerging Community Source Open Commercial Development Mixed Source Gated Open Source Gated Mixed Open Community  Customer pragmatism Open Source Commercial Source Source Dev’t Need for complete solutions Increasingly mixed source environments  Trusted vendors preferred © 2009 IBM Corporation 10
  11. 11. IBM's Open Source Strategy Software Jazz Development Innovation Rational Products A major investment by IBM to create a A commercial project led by the IBM team that scalable, extensible team collaboration brought you the Eclipse Platform. Rational Team platform for seamlessly integrating tasks Concert Express will be the first product built on across the software lifecycle Jazz and feature tooling for agile practices. Additional members of the Rational Team Concert family will follow Innovative Software Engineering Community Vision A next-generation vision for the value and Jazz.net – an online venue for open experience that future Rational products can commercial development of the Jazz bring to software and systems delivery teams platform and Jazz-based products and an extension of the world wide Eclipse ecosystem © 2009 IBM Corporation 11
  12. 12. IBM's Open Source Strategy Client Collaboration Eclipse RCP  Eclipse Rich Client Platform  Application Integration Platform for rich client applications  Major Investments by SAS, NASA, US Army, Adobe, IBM  Based on Equinox (OSGi)  Benefits of Eclipse Rich Client Platform  Cross platform support – Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix, embedded devices  Open, vendor neutral API for developing native GUI applications  Native look and feel and desktop integration  Enables ISVs to deliver applications for more desktops…  …at minimal incremental cost  Proof of Eclipse RCP  Lotus Expeditor – cross-platform client middleware  Extends Eclipse / Equinox to provide foundation services and application programmability services  Provides the platform on which Lotus Notes, Lotus Sametime, Lotus Forms and Lotus Symphony are built  NASA JPL Mission management software © 2009 IBM Corporation 12
  13. 13. IBM's Open Source Strategy Client Collaboration OpenOffice.org  OpenOffice.org  OpenOffice.org is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project.  Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.  OpenOffice.org grew out of the StarDivision office suite which was bought by Sun who then contributed it to open source  OpenOffice uses ODF natively and can also read and write Microsoft Office files  IBM and OpenOffice.org  On September 10, 2007, IBM announced that was joining the OpenOffice community  IBM formalized its support for OpenOffice  IBM started to contribute with accessibility frameworks and SmartSuite filters  On November 5, 2008, IBM announced a long-term commitment to ODF  From 2009, future generations of Symphony will be developed entirely on the ODF 1.2 and OpenOffice 3.0 software code base © 2009 IBM Corporation 13
  14. 14. IBM's Open Source Strategy Client Collaboration Lotus Symphony  Set of productivity tools provided by IBM at no charge  IBM Lotus Symphony – Documents, Presentations, Spreadsheets  Availability  Included in Lotus Notes 8  Beta released on September 18, 2007 – nearly 1 million downloads  Version 1.0 GA announced on June 3, 2008  Version 1.2 now downloadable from http://symphony.lotus.com  Multiple document formats supported  Open Document Format (ODF)  Microsoft Office  Lotus SmartSuite  Built on Lotus Expeditor, based on open source components  Eclipse Rich Client Platform & Equinox  OpenOffice  IBM value-add  Modularization, User interface, Accessibility  Lotus Symphony wins Desktop Application of the Year from CRN © 2009 IBM Corporation 14
  15. 15. IBM's Open Source Strategy IBM Blue Cloud Offering Delivers a massively scalable and flexible compute platform for both existing and emerging data-intensive workloads. Apache Virtual Virtual Virtual Virtual Machine Machine Machine Machine Tivoli Monitoring Agent Linux with Xen Virtualized Infrastructure Based on Linux & Xen Cloud Computing Management Services IBM System z, System p, System x, BladeCenter • Based on open standards and open source Provisioning bare metal & software Monitoring virtual machines • Includes IBM software, systems technology and services DB2 Provisioning WebSphere IBM • Supports Power and x86 processors in first Monitoring v.6 Manager v.5.1 Application Server release Provisioning Management Stack • Web 2.0 resource reservation system © 2009 IBM Corporation 15 15
  16. 16. IBM's Open Source Strategy Integrating Open Source into your IT strategy  Insist on Open Standards  Increases flexibility and responsiveness  Evaluate Open Source and Commercial software options  Most customers are using a mixture of open source and private source  Don’t build a separate strategy – interoperability / migration considerations are important  Balance up-front costs against recurring costs  Evaluate Community and Maturity of Open Source before committing  Open, robust communities and broad industry support are important  Sustainable business models are critical  Healthy ecosystem of ISVs and Business Partners is required  Establish policies for working with Open Source software  Educate company teams about OSS before they work with it  Implement a management system to review, approve, and track the use of OSS inside the company, and contributions of company software assets to external OSS projects  Review Open Source Licensing - establish a process within your company to help developers understand the terms of the OSS licenses and the procedures required to comply with them  Be pragmatic  Run a proof of concept or pilot to test out viability  Make decisions based on both business and technical factors © 2009 IBM Corporation 16
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