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OS BI presentation for Array BI Event 2009

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    Open Source Business Intelligence Open Source Business Intelligence Presentation Transcript

    • Open Source BI Low Cost Alternatives for High Value Demands
    • Key message(s) 2009 Tholis Consulting 2
    • Open Source BI About Open Source – OS Everywhere? – Why & Why Now ? – Community Driven? – Where's the Money? Open Source BI – BI Evolution – OS BI maturity – OS BI Suites – OS vs MISOS Closing Remarks 2009 Tholis Consulting 3
    • Open Source Everywhere “By 2012,software will include commercial 80 percent of all elements of open-source technology ” Many open-source technologies are mature, stable and well supported. They provide significant opportunities for vendors and users to lower their total cost of ownership and increase returns on investment. Ignoring this will put companies at a serious competitive disadvantage. Embedded open source strategies will become the minimal level of investment that most large software vendors will find necessary to maintain competitive advantages during the next five years. Gartner Group, 2008 2009 Tholis Consulting 4
    • Really Everywhere? 2009 Tholis Consulting 5
    • Why Open Source? “~70% of companies surveyed stated lower costs as the reason for OSS deployments” (but only 64 percent of respondents report they are actually realizing savings) Source: CIO Insight survey 2009 Tholis Consulting 6
    • Recession is good! 2009 Tholis Consulting 7
    • Open Source Sweet Spot 2009 Tholis Consulting 8
    • Not a Hobby Project... Linux Kernel > 9Mln code lines > 3700 developers > 200 companies Source: Linux Foundation 2009 Tholis Consulting 9
    • Developing Commercial Software 2009 Tholis Consulting 10
    • Developing Open Source Software 2009 Tholis Consulting 11
    • Commercial Open Source? Service/support Training Indemnification 2009 Tholis Consulting 12
    • Value of Community Slide stolen from Matt Assay 2009 Tholis Consulting 13
    • Getting involved in OS Consume Participate Contribute Sponsor Level of involvement/commitment 2009 Tholis Consulting 14
    • Participating is easy 2009 Tholis Consulting 15
    • Open Source Revenue Source: Matthew Asslet, 451 Group 2009 Tholis Consulting 16
    • Business Intelligence Evolution 2009 Tholis Consulting 17
    • Open Source BI Maturity Portals GIS Visualization Search Office Information Delivery & presentation Profiling Administration & management Reports Data Mining Statistics Ad-hoc Dashboard CPM Reporting & Analysis Proj. Mgt. Cube des. Modeling & design RDBMS OLAP MetaLayer Data Quality MDM Version Control Data Management Data Mod. ETL EII EAI Information Integration 2009 Operating Systems, Application Consulting Programming languages Tholis Servers, 18
    • BI Suites 2009 Tholis Consulting 19
    • End to End BI 2009 Tholis Consulting 20
    • End to End BI Reporting Operational, Production Embedded Web-based Ad-hoc Analysis Interactive slice, dice, and drill Web-based or Excel Dashboards KPIs Mash-ups Data Integration / ETL Data Mining BI Platform Scheduling & bursting Notification Content sharing Security integration 2009 Tholis Consulting 21
    • End to End BI Closed source Closed source 2009 Tholis Consulting 22
    • ETL, Cubes & Office 2009 Tholis Consulting 23
    • Open Source vs MISOS Open Source Commercial + Price + Visibility + Freedom + Feature set + Open standards + Maturity + Vendor Support + GUI + Government legislation + Applications + Methods + B.O.K. + Marketing budget 2009 Tholis Consulting 24
    • Barriers to adoption 2009 Tholis Consulting 25
    • Foundations for success No upfront investments – TCO savings of 0-90% Support subscriptions – Up to 1 hr response times It's OPEN! – Freedom of hard- & software – Built for integration & extension – Public roadmaps & bug lists 2009 Tholis Consulting 26
    • Books & blogs www.bi-platform.nl www.tholis.com/blog 2009 Tholis Consulting 27
    • ??? WWW.THOLIS.COM jvdongen@tholis.com M +31-651169606 T +31-878551655 www.twitter.com/josvandongen
    • Inspiration/attribution Book cover: http://www.amazon.com Developer: www.nickhalstead.com/wp-content/computer-user.jpg Community: pro.corbis.com/search/Enlargement.aspx?CID=isg&mediauid=6FDA63EA- 6084-4935-8A39-34212E1692E2 Happy users: www.techwagon.net Vista: http://www.flickr.com/photos/romil/81633392/ BSOD: http://weblog.infoworld.com/zeroday/archives/2007/01/ Linux95: http://www.techsupportforum.com/gallery/misc.php?do=printimage&i=758 Life Clock: by Bertrand Planes, http://www.onoffart.fr Money: http://artfiles.art.com/images/-/Money-Print-C10055084.jpeg Nerd: http://www.flashbackcomic.com/ Death by Powerpoint: www.slideshare.net 2009 Tholis Consulting 29