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The Free Open Source Software Working Group in the System@tic-Paris-Region competitiveness cluster

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Roberto Di Cosmo presentation at the Open Source Governance event held in Rome on the 28th of October

Roberto Di Cosmo presentation at the Open Source Governance event held in Rome on the 28th of October

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  • 1. The F/OSS Working Group in the System@tic-Paris-Region competitiveness cluster Roberto Di Cosmo Chairman Roma, October 28th 2008 1
  • 2. Context Open Source is soaring “ in 2011, 80% of commercial software will contain Open Source components”... “ 49,7% of critical software comes from Open Source ”... Mark Driver (Gartner) sept.07 « in 2012, more than 90% of business                  will use Open Source software » The State of Open Source, Gartner, 2008 2
  • 3. Context Europe's partial leadership GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION FLOSS-RELATED AND IT SERVICES OF LEADERSHIP IN 3% REVENUE, EUROPE AND WORLD © 2006 MERIT DEVELOPMENT EU10 + Associated © 2006 MERIT States 22% 45% Other EU15 30% USA + Canada Europe's IT paradox. . . • outsourcing to the east : generic, simple programming tasks moving to emerging markets • business revenues to the west : IT revenues going to the US, even EU-generated ones (Jboss, MySQL ...) 3
  • 4. Evolution of French market (PAC) Year M€ % Growth Employment : 2003 100 0.4% - more than 80% of offers on 2004 140 0.5% 40% lolix.org in Ile de France 200 2005 250 0.9% 79% strong growth (+62% in 2004, +82% in 2005, +40% in 2006) 2006 430 1.4% 72% 2007 730 2.2% 69% SSII 2004 (M€) 2005 (M€) Growth Capgemini 7 15 114.3% Thales DSV 10 14 40% Atos Origin 9 13.5 50% Bull 8.5 13 52.9% It is a breakpoint: SQLI 6.3 12 90.5% Unilog- 5.5 9.2 67.3% huge opportunities ahead LogicaCMG We decided to take action, and create the F/OSS group in the System@tic cluster. 4
  • 5. Positionnement géographique de SYSTEM@TIC PARIS-REGION  La partie ouest de l’Ile-de-France : 75, 78, 91, 92, 95 (partiel)
  • 6. Une montée en puissance rapide Sept. 2007 5ème appel à projets FUI 12 octobre 2005 15 déc. 2006 Création de 3ème appel à l’association 2006 premiers projets de projets FUI SYSTEM@TIC 12 juillet 2005 PARIS-REGION R&D collaboratifs Labellisation Acceptation du du Pôle contrat de pôle 25 novembre 2004 (Pôle mondial) Appel à projets des pôles de compétitivité avril 2007 lancé par l’Etat 4ème appel à 15 mai 2006 projets FUI 2ème appel à projets FUI 15 février 2006 1er appel à projets Octobre 2007 FUI Intégration du 15 septembre  GT Logiciel Libre 2005 28 février 2005 Remise de la Remise du proposition de projet de pôle contrat de pôle
  • 7. The SYSTEM@TIC  competitiveness cluster Common ground : ICT Marchés Automobile Sécurité Télécoms applicatifs & Transports & Défense Outils et Outils de Conception et Logiciel Libre Technologies Développements de Systèmes 7
  • 8. Comité de Coordination La Gouvernance Commission Commission des Dominique Vernay Scientifique Financeurs Thales Assemblée Générale Assemblée Générale Collège Collège Recherche et Collège Entreprises Enseignement Supérieur Collectivités Locales Directoire Collège Collège Recherche et Entreprises Enseignement Supérieur Secrétariat Bureau Exécutif permanent Groupe Thématique Groupe Thématique Groupe Thématique Groupe Thématique Groupe Thématique Automobile & Outils de Conception et Télécoms Logiciel Libre Sécurité & Déf ense Transports Développement de Systèmes Projets de R&D coopératifs Gilles Le Calvez Eric Perrin-Pelletier Valéo Roberto Di Cosmo Gérard Poirier Dominique Potier Alcatel-Lucent Université Paris Diderot Dassault Aviation Thales
  • 9. Our Goals, our members Federate F/OSS actors in the region  Research and Education  Industry  Code communities, and users Through R&D projects  Build F/OSS leveraging the scientific excellence in Ile-de-France  Foster emergency of a healthy, strong F/OSS industrial ecosystem  Contribute to the wide recognition of Ile-de-France's F/OSS excellence Taking into account F/OSS ecosystem's specificities  The group has a “social contract” asserting • Commitment to F/OSS in the R&D projects • Exclusion of F/OSS R&D project from patent threats Over 50 partners already  20+ SME, 20+ Research Labs, 10 big firms, consortia (OW2) 9
  • 10. A large community in Ile-de-France : more than 50 partners! ADACORE - ADULLACT - AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE - AGORANOV - AIR FRANCE - ALCATEL- LUCENT - ALTER WAY - ARMINES - ARS APERTA - ARTENUM - BULL -CAP GEMINI - CEA-LIST - CNAM - CNRS - REGION ILE-DE-FRANCE - CRDP DE PARIS - CENTRALE RECHERCHE SA (MAS/ECP) - CS - DRIRE - ECP - ECP - MAS - EDF - EDF R&D - EISTI - ENS DE CACHAN - ENSIIE - ENSTA - EPITA - ESIEA - ESSEC BUSINESS SCHOOL - EXO PLATFORM - FREE AISNE VALLEY/PSIL - GET/TELECOM PARIS - GET/INT - IDEALX - INRIA - KALIS - LIMSI - LINBOX - LIP6 - LOGILAB - MAIRIE DE PARIS - MANDRIVA - MOTOROLA - NERIM – NEXEDI - NUXEO - OBJECTWEB - OPEN TRUST - OPEN WIDE - ORANGE / FRANCE TELECOM - OW2 CONSORTIUM - OXALYA - PAQTIGO - PRISM - PROFUSUS - ROXEM - PSA - PEUGEOT CITROEN - QUALIXO - SAGEM DEFENSE ET SECURITE - SOPINSPACE - SUN MICROSYSTEMS - SUPELEC - SYNERTAL - TAGMATICA - THALES - THALES D3S - THALES SERVICES - UNIVERSITE PARIS 1 / CRI UNIVERSITE PARIS 11 / LRI - UNIVERSITE PARIS 12 / LACL - UNIVERSITE PARIS 13 / LIPN - UNIVERSITE PARIS 7 / JUSSIEU - UNIVERSITÉ PARIS DIDEROT - UNIVERSITE PARIS-EST MARNE-LA-VALLEE / IGM - UTC - WALLIX GROUPE IF RESEARCH - WIKIMEDIA - XPERTNET (XWIKI) - 10
  • 11. 3 priorities for 3 years Tools and technology for F/OSS development  Forges  Languages SQUALE (Qualixo)  Metrics and quality  Licences Helios (Thales) Information systems Couverture (Adacore)   CMS, GED, ERP. . .  Office suites ...  Linguistic tools. . .  Middleware. . . SCRIBO  IHM. . . (Xpertnet) F/OSS infrastructure RTEL4I  Transition and migration of large (OpenWide) installed bases  Administration of large installed bases  Tools for distributed collaborative infrastructure 11
  • 12. Breakdown of project funding Leader     O  SQUALE QUALIXO U T I  HELIOS THALES L Funding S  COUVERTURE ADACORE Academia SI   SME ~ 25% ~ 60% I  SCRIBO XWIKI SAS Large N F Companies R  RTEL4I OpenWide ~ 15% A Total cost / funding 15 M€ / 7 M€    More info: http://www.systematic-paris-region.org/fr/logiciel/index.html http://www.systematic-paris-region.org/fr/UserFiles/File/news/System@tic_12.pdf 12
  • 13. Fundamentals World class research and technology  Research centers  Universities  Higher education in ICT Market opportunities  Dynamic SMEs  Big firms, PA clients, local and global market Open, but selective credit allocation  Evaluation in the Working Group: relevance to the WG strategy  Evaluation in the Cluster: relevance to the cluster strategy  Evaluation by the Ministry of Industry: quality and viability  And yet, it takes less than 10 months from bare idea to reality A social contract with the F/OSS community  Only F/OSS software when funded  Commitment to fully abstain from patent limitations on the software funded  Open dissemination of the results 13
  • 14. The road ahead Build the roadmap  R&D  Education  Public policies  Market evolution (including social inclusion and green spending) Build the ecosystem  F/OSS changed the traditional ICT scene  Need a new model of co-opetition  Explain, explain, explain... many people are still prisoners of a 30 years old ICT market model Come to the Open World Forum, december 1st and 2nd 2008 in Paris http://www.openworldforum.org 14