Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial Miguel Angel Barajas Data Center Technology Specialist [email_address] @gnuowned Oc...
Agenda Linux en el Data Center de Hoy FLOSS en el Mundo Empresarial Casos de Éxito en México Q&A
Linux en el  Data Center de Hoy
6% 25% 71% de los Centros de Datos cuentan con Linux hoy en día. Source:  Gartner Data Center Conference, Interactive Poll...
IDC: Crecimiento de ganancias globales de sistemas operativos, 2009-2012 Linux mantiene su crecimiento Average Annual Grow...
Linux ha alcanzado su tercera generación 2007 gastos en servidores: US$8.6 Miles de Millones 2009 gastos en servidores: US...
Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial
Software Libre en el mundo empresarial (en que se usa)
Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial Soluciones Basadas en FLOSS <ul>Sistema Operativo SUSE Linux Enterprise Server RedH...
¿Qué ofrece el Software Libre al Mundo Empresarial? <ul>Bajo TCO Incrementa el desempeño Ofrece Soluciones de Alta disponi...
Databases: SAP MaxDB, IBM DB2, Oracle 10g </li></ul>Usado por miles de clientes en el mundo Historias de Éxito Disponible ...
Grandes Empresas lo Respaldan
Grandes Empresas Lo usan                       
Casos de Éxito en México
Casos de Éxito en México Gobierno Infonavit (zLinux, portal y recaudación de imp) SAT (Linux, portal) Liconsa (Linux, depl...
Casos de Éxito en México Iniciativa Privada BBVA (linux, ofimática, portal, virtualización) Chedraui (Bases de datos, virt...
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  • Version 7.3 Updated November 30, 2009.
  • The use of Linux in the data center continues to increase with a third of respondents citing the data center as a major focus of the coming year’s deployment of Linux. The increased focus on data centers reflects an intent to make Linux an important part of critical IT infrastructures. The survey also indicates an increase in Linux usage for business applications, indicating that Linux has expanded away from just Web serving and edge computing. The results suggest that Linux’s data center momentum will continue for at least the next few years. 84% of the respondents expect to increase spending on Linux and 31% expect a strong increase in Linux spending.
  • The analysts also state that Linux is in the third phase of its evolution and has become a recognized data center operating system environment. The first phase of Linux adoptions was its use in basic infrastructure and network edge; the second phase began more deployments in Web serving and applications; and the third phase is in secure and reliable mission-critical applications and databases. What&apos;s key about the third phase is the potential for enterprises to deploy Linux solutions in grids, service-oriented architectures (SOAs), clustered databases and massively scalable deployments – both horizontally scaled and vertically scaled with 32, 64 or more cores. The overall proportion of Linux server expenditures in the third generation has grown from 15% to 20% on a larger base of total server revenue of $10.5 billion. This trend is indicative of more enterprises recognizing the proven capabilities of Linux for mission critical workloads, and hardware savings from low-cost industry standard platforms as well as more powerful architectures suitable for server consolidation, such as the mainframe, POWER and Itanium. This is also indicative of users&apos; trust in Linux providers to provide the global support and service levels required by these data center environments.
  • Slide 31: Industry&apos;s Best Partners And as I said earlier, we don&apos;t deliver this value all by ourselves. In fact, we&apos;re privileged to call some of the most respected names in the IT industry Novell partners. Microsoft: Where nearly two years ago we created a relationship that delivers interoperability on your behalf. Accenture: Where we partner with them to deliver the next-generation data center based on open source technologies. SAP: Who calls SUSE Linux Enterprise the preferred Linux distribution for running SAP applications, and just certified our Compliance Management solution for their platform. IBM: Where we&apos;ve had over a 20-year relationship delivering value in many dimensions, including our established leadership in Linux on the mainframe. Dell: A leading partner for our PlateSpin Workload Management and ZENworks Endpoint Management solutions HP: Who has made SUSE Linux Enterprise into a cornerstone of its mission-critical computing story while extending Linux ubiquity through the shipment of Linux as a pre load across their desktop solutions. Intel and AMD: Where we have had long standing relationships to optimize their chipsets for Novell solutions. Lenovo, joining Dell, is another world-class PC vendor who&apos;s preloading SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop VMware: Where we have collaborated to optimize SUSE Linux Enterprise for the ESX hypervisor and are cultivating the emerging software appliance marketplace. Cisco: Our Linux platform is certified to run on the new Cisco Unified Computing System. Atos Origin: A key services and implementation partner for Identity and Security Management And finally, our newest partner, ACS, who will be deploying Novell Data Center Management and Identity and Security Management solutions throughout their seven global data centers to support thousands of outsourced IT functions for their clients.
  • We believe these trends are driving the adoption of BSM. We have over 100 clients, including some of the world’s most prestigious organisations using BSM for their most critical services. Bloomberg, L.P. – Provides data, analytics, electronic trading and financial news to the world. Bell South – provides high-value, high-quality data, voice and video communications and services. BD -- (Becton, Dickinson and Company) is a medical technology company that serves healthcare institutions, life science researchers, clinical laboratories, industry and the general public. BP -- The world&apos;s largest petroleum and petrochemicals groups. Bank of America -- is a full-service corporate and investment bank that provides creative capital raising solutions, advisory services, derivatives capabilities, equity and debt sales and trading. We also offer traditional bank deposit and loan products, cash management and payments services. Deutche Bank -- compete to be the leading global provider of financial solutions. Fidelity -- an international provider of financial services and investment resources Telenor-- Norwegian telecommunications group with extensive and fast growing business operations in a number of countries in Europe and Southeast Asia. Telus – second largest telco company in Canada. Reuters -- the world’s largest international multimedia news agency, more than 90% of our revenue derives from our financial services business. CSC -- consulting, systems integration and outsourcing. Unilever -- one of the world&apos;s leading suppliers of fast moving consumer goods in foods, household and personal care products. Groupama – Based in France. Insurance and Banking Expertise. T-Systems -- a division of Deutsche Telekom, combines telecommunications and information technology (IT). Safeco -- sell a comprehensive mix of insurance and investment products through a network of trusted independent agents, brokers and financial advisors nationwide. The World Bank Group -- It is a development Bank which provides loans, policy advice, technical assistance and knowledge sharing services to low and middle income countries to reduce poverty. Strong Financial – Offers a full range of Financial services. UPS –the world&apos;s largest package delivery company and a leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. Progress Energy – energy company serving more than 2.8 million customers in North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. Schering-Plough -- research-based pharmaceutical company State Street -- Financial Services DISA-The Defense Information Systems Agency is a combat support agency responsible for planning, engineering, acquiring, fielding, and supporting global net-centric solutions and operating the Global Information Grid to serve the needs of the President, Vice President, the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Combatant Commanders, and the other DoD Components under all conditions of peace and war. Petrobras – Largest energy company in Brazil. Credit Suisse -- offers investment products, private banking and financial advisory services, as well as insurance and pension solutions. J.P. Morgan Chase &amp; Co.--Is a leading global financial services firm with operations in more than 50 countries. Banca Intesa -- Is the leading Italian banking group and one of the protagonists in the European financial arena. Weblink Wireless -- a leader in the wireless messaging industry, providing wireless data services and traditional paging services in the United States through the largest terrestrial-based, 2way wireless data network of any kind. Hewitt -- global outsourcing and consulting firm delivering a complete range of human capital management services. AT&amp;T -- among the premier voice and data communications companies in the world. Swiss Post -- professional partner for worldwide mail dispatch with branches in western Europe and the USA. NTL -- New NTL provides a broad range of communication services, including broadband and cable television. TIAA-CREF -- Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association College Retirement Equities Fund one of the largest and most respected financial service providers in the world. Dexia -- Dexia BIL is the specialized entity of the Dexia group for the third business line, i.e. asset management.
  • Our Identity and Access Management capabilities are part of a larger infrastructure that includes governance, identity management, access management and security information and event management (SIEM).
  • Our Identity and Access Management capabilities are part of a larger infrastructure that includes governance, identity management, access management and security information and event management (SIEM).
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  • Software libre en el mundo empresarial

    1. 1. Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial Miguel Angel Barajas Data Center Technology Specialist [email_address] @gnuowned Octubre 8, 2010
    2. 2. Agenda Linux en el Data Center de Hoy FLOSS en el Mundo Empresarial Casos de Éxito en México Q&A
    3. 3. Linux en el Data Center de Hoy
    4. 4. 6% 25% 71% de los Centros de Datos cuentan con Linux hoy en día. Source: Gartner Data Center Conference, Interactive Polling Results, November 2007. 3% 10% 5% 10% 40% P: ¿Cuál es la composición de los principales centros de datos de empresa? 1%
    5. 5. IDC: Crecimiento de ganancias globales de sistemas operativos, 2009-2012 Linux mantiene su crecimiento Average Annual Growth, 2009-2012 Source: IDC, ”Worldwide Operating Systems and Subsystems 2008–2012 Forecast,” Dec 2008
    6. 6. Linux ha alcanzado su tercera generación 2007 gastos en servidores: US$8.6 Miles de Millones 2009 gastos en servidores: US$10.5 Miles de Millones *También incluye infraestructuras virtualizadas, grids, tiempo-real, SOA, tolerancia a fallos, y Sitios Web comerciales masivamente escalables. 55% Distribución de ganancias de Servidores 2006/2007 42% 20% Servicios de red e Infraestructura Servidores Web / Clusters de computadoras Servidores de aplicaciones/Departamentales 1a. Generación 38% Source: Gartner (October 2007), “What Is Third-Generation Linux? “ Distribución de ganancias de servidores en 2009 15% 3a. Generación 30% 2a. Generación Roles de misión crítica para la empresa*
    7. 7. Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial
    8. 8. Software Libre en el mundo empresarial (en que se usa)
    9. 9. Software Libre en el Mundo Empresarial Soluciones Basadas en FLOSS <ul>Sistema Operativo SUSE Linux Enterprise Server RedHat Enterprise Linux Base de Datos MySQL Posgress WEB Apache Tomcat Jboss Alta Disponibilidad HeartBeat OCFS2 </ul><ul>CRM SugarCRM Desarrollo MONO PERL PHP Virtualización XEN KVM VirtualBox Telefonia IP Asterisk Etc, etc, etc, y un largo, etc </ul>
    10. 10. ¿Qué ofrece el Software Libre al Mundo Empresarial? <ul>Bajo TCO Incrementa el desempeño Ofrece Soluciones de Alta disponibilidad Soporta virtualización Soportado por SAP, Novell, IBM, HP, DELL, etc Corre en la mayoria de las plataformas actuales <ul><li>Arquitecturas: i386, Itanium, AMD64-EM64T, POWER, zSeries
    11. 11. Databases: SAP MaxDB, IBM DB2, Oracle 10g </li></ul>Usado por miles de clientes en el mundo Historias de Éxito Disponible </ul>
    12. 12. Grandes Empresas lo Respaldan
    13. 13. Grandes Empresas Lo usan                       
    14. 14. Casos de Éxito en México
    15. 15. Casos de Éxito en México Gobierno Infonavit (zLinux, portal y recaudación de imp) SAT (Linux, portal) Liconsa (Linux, deployment en el escritorio) Secretaria de Economía (Linux)
    16. 16. Casos de Éxito en México Iniciativa Privada BBVA (linux, ofimática, portal, virtualización) Chedraui (Bases de datos, virtualización) Liverpool (zLinux, Gestor de Identidades) Walmart (POS, virtualización, servicios de red)
    17. 17. Q&A
    18. 18. Making IT Work As One ™
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