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Focus Group Open Source 11.02.2011 Alessandro Chinnici


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IBM e il mondo Open: Strategie ed iniziative comuni

IBM e il mondo Open: Strategie ed iniziative comuni

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  • 1. Alessandro ChinniciSocial Business & Collaboration Consultant – IBM ItaliaIBM e il mondo OpenStrategie e iniziative comuni
  • 2. Our global strategy Focus on open technologies and high-value solutions Deliver integration and innovation to clients Become the premier Globally Integrated Enterprise © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 3. Goal #1: Open Computing Open Standards ➢ Improving information sharing by simplifying Open integration of disparate technologies Computing Open Computing ➢ Promoting interoperability by using open published specifications Open standards Open Source ➢ Promoting innovation by leveraging community development Community Innovation ➢ Accelerating open standards adoption Open Open Open Architecture architecture source ➢ Increasing collaboration by easily extending business processes e.g. SOA, Web 2.0 ➢ Innovating on top of common hardware specifications © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Why does IBM consider OSS important? OSS can be a major source of innovation ➢ Innovation can happen any time, anywhere ➢ Development through “open communities” leads to potentially broad ideas and creativity OSS is a good approach for developing emerging standards ➢ Popular open source projects can become de facto / open standards ➢ Wide distribution deployment OSS is a source of competition in marketplace ➢ Office productivity applications (word processing, spreadsheets, presentation) ➢ Operating systems (Linux for servers, desktops) ➢ In some areas, perhaps only growing competitor to a single established vendor © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 5. How IBM supports open source Active partecipation and projects development ➢ More than 1000 developers working full time on OSS projects, especially Linux and Eclipse. ➢ IBM participates in and supports pro-open source organizations like the Linux Foundation, the Software Freedom Law Center, and the Open Invention Network. ➢ IBM leads 80+ and contributes to 150+ OSS projects However … ➢ IBM does not “bless” every open source project in the world. ➢ Some open source projects compete with our products and we compete against them. © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 6. 1998-2001 2002-2003 2004-2005 2006 2007 2009 -> Java, XML WS-I, OMA and Web Services Web Services SOA / Open Standards Business process / ● Co-led XML4J, W3C WS-Security ● Chair WS-I Basic Reliability ● WS* stds approved: WS- Web 2.0 DOM, XSL ● Founder Profile 1.1 ● WS-I initiated two BPEL, WS-Policy, WS-Trust, ● EBPMN 2.0 submission ● Led Apache XML ● Founder OMA ● Co-chair OASIS WS- Profiles based on IBM WS-Secure Conversation, WS- to OMGprojects Xalan, Xerces, ● Co-author BPEL, WS- Notification TC RAMP Profile Transactions, WS-Reliable ● WS-I Profiles attain ISO SOAP TX, WS-TC ● Co-chair WS- ● OASIS ODF cmte Messaging, WS-SecurityPolicy Status ● Founder ● Co-author WS-Security Resource Framework formed ● SCA/SDO OASIS TCs ● Web Services Test Forum ● Co-author WSDL, ● Co-chair UDDI TC TC ● Co-chair of WS- ● BPEL4People submitted to (WSTF) SOAP 1.1 ● Linux contributions to ● OASIS ODF V1.0 Policy WG OASIS, chair ● W3C HTML5 WG chair ● Cofounder scalability Approved ● DITA ● Service Modeling Language ● Joined CESI submitted to W3C, co-chair ● WS-Remote Portlet 2 ● Author UDDI ● Co-Chair OASIS WS- ● Chair OASIS DITA formed ● W3C XQuery1.0, XSLT 2.0 approved specification Security 1.0 ● Submitted WS- ● WS-Security 1.1 and XPath2.0 become W3C ● W3C Service Modeling ● Founder ● Co-chair OASIS WS- Addressing to W3C becomes OASIS Language 1.1 ● Co-author W3C XML DM TC ● Contributed UML2 to Standard Recommendations ● Co-Chair ODF TC; of SOA ● OASIS IMI and ORMS Schema ● Submitted WS-DM to Eclipse ● Co-Author WS- TCs formed, co-chairs ● Chair OASIS WS- OASIS ● IBM named chair Policy, WS-Eventing work group at TOG ● WS-ResourceCatalogue ● Content Mgmnt Remote Portlets TCs ● Submitted BPEL to IETF ● OASIS ODF wins Interoperability Services Participation in Mozilla OASIS IBM commitment to ISO approval (ISO submitted to DMTF● ● submitted to OASIS Led submission of Submitted CBE to RF in OASIS 26300) ● SOA Maturity Model ● ● ● Initiated OASIS ODF TC WSDL to W3C OASIS ● Lead OASIS ● WS-Notification 1.2 submitted to TOG for Interoperability, ● Led RTSJ –JSR 1 ● RTSJ 1.0 accepted by standardization of WS- approved as OASIS ● IBM non-assert pledge Conformance, JCP DM and DITA standard ● Joined Khronos; OpenGL, ODF toolkit union ● Pledged 500 patents ● OpenAjax launched OpenCL, COLLADA WGs ● EPTS launched to Open Source ● WS Federation OASIS TC ● OpenAjax WGs for formed, co-chair Secure Mashups, ● OASIS ODF Adoption TC Widgets, IDEs formed, chair ● OASIS Interoperability and Conformance of ODF Pledged hundreds of patents Involved in hardware, software, services Collaboration with major to the Open Source community and architectural standards standardization organizations © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 7. IBM Software & Eclipse Lotus Lotus Lotus Notes Sametime Symphony IBM WebSphere IBM WebSphereIntegration Developer Studio Family Lotus Expeditor RCP Equinox IBM Rational Elite … IBM Rational … IBM Rational … Support for Eclipse Application Developer Software Architect “ “ extends Eclipse Technology © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 8. IBM Software & Open Source DB2 can be programmed with various open source programming languages: IBM IBM Cloudscape was contributed to the Apache Foundation Cloudscape now known as or (incl. in JDK 6) WebSphere Application Servers includes IBM HTTP Server which is powered by Apache (with some value adds) WebSphere Application Server Community Edition is based on the J2EE 5.0 compliant Application Server Apache Geronimo (with some value adds) WebSphere MQ (former MQSeries) fully implements JMS Messages and can interact with OpenJMS and ActiveMQ (which fully supports JMS 1.1) An adapter for Tivoli System Automation End-to-End, allows to integrate with heartbeat, from the Linux-HA project Tivoli Directory Integrator is able to connect to OpenLDAP and other LDAPv3 compliant directory servers © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 9. In conclusion... Open source can be important to driving innovation because of community-based collaboration. Open source and traditional software development co- exist today and will continue to do so. We do not focus on the philosophy of open source but rather on the value it provides within the total cost of ownership. Cloud computing and the desktop are key to understanding how open source will be part of the next waves of innovation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 10. © 2011 IBM Corporation