2013 Future of Open Source - 7th Annual Survey results

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The annual Future of Open Source Survey provides a report on the state of the open source industry and analysis of future trends. Now in its seventh year, this annual survey was supported by 30 …

The annual Future of Open Source Survey provides a report on the state of the open source industry and analysis of future trends. Now in its seventh year, this annual survey was supported by 30 collaborators, open source software industry leaders, and collaborating organizations, and compiles results from hundreds of respondents from the open source community.

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  • 2009 – 425, 2010 – 551, 2011 - 453
  • lots of engineers and developers followed by IT and mgt and CSuite - display the data that way - ensure it emphasizes the quality of and right respondents representing the industry
  • Question # 3. Which industry will be impacted the most by open source software over the next 2-3 years ?Michael – (1) not new, demonstrated by fact that govt (2) rate of adoption in different industriesTom – government – starting to realize – with sequestration – TCO – customer perspective, head start on particular needs, e.g. DOD – faster time to mkt; real big thing “open govt” – create & share them back – “shared first” – things you create in one part of govt to share in another part of govt.Tim – net new/broadly adopted in fin svcs – lagging vs. leading indicatorJeff- increasingly/broadly adopted in mediaCould be good grist for the panel discussion: why did Gov’t rank so highly? Seems to be a different interpretation of the question/use of open source than the other industries, i.e., Gov’t end-user use of OSS vs. IT and tech consumption of OSS to build products/apps/services.
  • Tim –comment on medicalRob – Big Data/health care records
  • 4. How important are the following factors to the adoption of open source?Ed – customer perspective – first two resonate – perceptions are changing around OSS being on-par with proprietary – more open to putting it into more strategic products; lock-in freedom-being worked over by a few large vendors – server-to CPU- Core-?? Need to control their costs, open source is a viable avenue; 3rd is “capability” – in forefront, flexibility of libraries, useful, not trending….MJS – OS projects that are on par or better? 
  • 6. When choosing between open source projects for integration into your products, services or applications, how important are the following factors in your decision making ?Jeff – larger seachange in way applications are built – capabilities or features that would have made commercial products more attractive – if you look at what’s going on, reality is – many OS projects are more competitive – new technology for everyone due to innovation quality of projects; less concerned about licensing, look to best price/performance – leading on the features, not just costTim – couple with #1 point customers see it as strong quality & better featuresJeff – what is competitive – not everything, but I can deploy on AWS – nature of featuresTom – no longer a need for support? Pivotal HD example, product is superior, but complex, need help to deploy – 1200 person spinout of VMWare; GE ; make case that Commercial Vendor support less of an issue, when it’s needed, it’s out there and spectacular, not so much angst around community or vendors – more confident that there are support options Ethos note: trending question/adoption – visual slide Slide 21
  • 6. When choosing between open source projects for integration into your products, services or applications, how important are the following factors in your decision making ?Tim: Rate of improvementEd: TR perspective; security is a board level priority; up practices and tooling; also covers OSWould you consider OS more secure – transparency, many eyes on the problem, fully documented; scrutinize any issues Ethos note: trending question/adoption – visual slide Slide 21
  • 6. When choosing between open source projects for integration into your products, services or applications, how important are the following factors in your decision making ? Ethos note: trending question/adoption – visual slide Slide 21
  • 7.According to the past five Future of Open Source Surveys, companies are deploying opensource as an increasing share of their deployed code. To what extent do you believe thistrend will continue in the next 5 years?
  • Tom: Mulesource – integration of modules – SaaS has been driving growth….Facebook, etc.
  • Tim or Jeff – one of the darlings is Twilio
  • 16. In the software industry, there is growing interest in open APIs, used to access web andcloud-based services. What is the extent of your experience with open APIs? Jeff - Forrester published a wave of API mgt tools – hundreds of downloads – interesting piece of evidence – looking to know more – trying to figure out how to use them – corporate platform, headless version of business, hotels, media, healthcare, apparel taking the lead herehttp://blog.programmableweb.com/2012/11/26/8000-apis-rise-of-the-enterprise/ 
  • 16. In the software industry, there is growing interest in open APIs, used to access web andcloud-based services. What is the extent of your experience with open APIs? http://blog.programmableweb.com/2012/11/26/8000-apis-rise-of-the-enterprise/ 
  • 16. In the software industry, there is growing interest in open APIs, used to access web andcloud-based services. What is the extent of your experience with open APIs? http://blog.programmableweb.com/2012/11/26/8000-apis-rise-of-the-enterprise/ 
  • Rob – new area for innovation – Hadoop – pick an example that a problem that it’s solving uniquely well that can’t be resolved any other way9. In your opinion, what are the main areas open source is leading the technology industry?
  • Tim – Inner-sourcing behind the firewall – what they are seeing9. In your opinion, what are the main areas open source is leading the technology industry?
  • MJS – moving up stack fastTom – why is OS important in Content Mgt – innovation is the key, meeting the speed of the web, social has happened and old platforms can’t move, Sharepoint takes 3 years, need to integrate, not just an adjunctEd – as a customer? Leave top off in discussion.11. In what areas are open source products a superior alternative to proprietary products ? Two slides - #1 & #2 expected, build to #3 which is interesting…
  • 8. In your opinion, how important are the following reasons for engaging directly with andcontributing to an open source community:Tim leads & Ed: Rise of roles like Eds, trying to collaborate, different development methodologies#2 resonates with Ed, he is bombarded by technologists who want to contribute.  
  • 8. In your opinion, how important are the following reasons for engaging directly with andcontributing to an open source community:Jeff - indicative of an understanding that when it comes to implementation, not OS as a concept, if you want water, go to well – need implementation experience, beyond tire kicking, beyond initial adoption to scale up/ramp up.Ed – if you were going to hire someone – what are commercial support costs around OS – large scale components that don’t have support – not enough spend to justify – he prefers broad with methods – that pays off, one team developing using OS methods, onboard new team members in a fraction of the time, several fold quality increase. 
  •  13. I turn to the following as a trusted source for my open source software needs: Rob – speak to this; Tim supportsTim will comment
  • 9. In your opinion, what are the main areas open source is leading the technology industry?Tim leads:Jeffrey: one of the best example – Eclipse – IBM, second is Oracle
  • Tim Leads:
  • 2. How important will the following trends be for open source over the next 2-3 yearsTim – not a surprise – interesting thing – something unexpected.
  • 17. Which of the following revenue generation strategies are likely to create the most valuefor open source vendors over the next 2 years   ? Tom: Elementary – it’s on the rise; helps take non-monetizable and make it easy for community to adopt; speed is much bigger than one could have expected; see in all parts of the business; Open Stack –takes cost out of infrastructure – SaaS can offer a more compelling solution using underlying OS, cost of delivering service is lower, organizations are using them, freeing up capital and deploy to other things.  MJS? Slide #18 from last year; increase in SaaS trend in OS; adoption of different deployment s….. 
  • 16. In the software industry, there is growing interest in open APIs, used to access web andcloud-based services. What is the extent of your experience with open APIs? http://blog.programmableweb.com/2012/11/26/8000-apis-rise-of-the-enterprise/ 
  • January 2011-December 2011 $306.57, 49 deals average $6.25M/dealJanuary 2012-December 2012Total: 553M 38 Deals $15.5 per deal
  • 10. What business problems are you trying to solve today that you believe open source will address in the future?Time at end: Open QuestionConclusions/looking forwardOpenEnded Question:
  • MJS – interesting example – customer or example:Tim – Compet FeaturesTom – QualityRob- SecurityJeff - Ed – Greater usage
  • http://www.mjskok.com/resources/open-source @mjskokhttp://northbridge.com/open-source @north_bridgeTwitter @FutureofOSS#FutureOSS #FutureOSSResultshttp://www.blackducksoftware.com/http://opensourcedelivers.com/

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  • 1. 2013 - The Future of OpenSourceNorth Bridge and Black Duck logos
  • 2. The Leadership Panel[awaiting specific contact info fromMegan]2
  • 3. Open Source CollaboratorsLogos of all collaborators3
  • 4. Agenda4
  • 5. Who Took the Survey* Title change5
  • 6. Survey Responses* Show all numbers since 20096
  • 7. Survey RespondentsVendors v. non-vendors7
  • 8. Survey Respondents’ Titles* Look below8
  • 9. Adoption & Deployment* Title change9
  • 10. Government is Leading the WaySimple graphical treatment. HighlightGovernment.10
  • 11. 11
  • 12. 12
  • 13. Quality Gains MomentumShow top three results’ trends frompast years. Call out bottom tworesults (Lower costs, Access to sourcecode)13
  • 14. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”14
  • 15. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”15
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  • 18. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”18
  • 19. We’ve Evolved from “If”…Show *only* predictions from 2013.19
  • 20. We’ve Evolved from “If”…Show *only* predictions from 2013.20
  • 21. InnovationSection Break Slide21
  • 22. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.22
  • 23. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.23
  • 24. Extensibility is the Key to FutureGrowth24
  • 25. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.25
  • 26. Why is OSS Winning?Show all four results. Emphasize that“Product Innovation” is first amongall respondents, non-vendors, and C-level execs.26
  • 27. Why is OSS Winning?Show all four results. Emphasize that“Product Innovation” is first amongall respondents, non-vendors, and C-level execs.27
  • 28. Where OSS is WinningShow top three results. Diminish toptwo (OS and Dev Tools). Call out thatvendors picked Cloud as #3, Non-vendors picked Mobile as #3, andcompanies with >1,000 employeespicked Big Data as #3.28
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  • 30. Growth of Innovation and OpenSourceRedesign supplemental Black Duckslides30
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  • 32. Community & CultureSection break slide32
  • 33. Companies Are Using OSS toAttract Developer TalentCompare results to 2012. Note“Companies are using OSS to attractdeveloper talent.”33
  • 34. 34
  • 35. And Are Looking For Deep, notBroad, ExperienceCompare top three results to 2012and show the shift to “Deep vs.Broad.”35
  • 36. Trusted OSS SourcesShow top three results. Call out thatlarge orgs still preferred foundationsto forges.36
  • 37. Collaboration AmongstCompetitorsShow “57% of respondentsagree/strongly agree that theircompany will collaborate withcompetitors.37
  • 38. 38
  • 39. OSS TrendsShow all results. Mention “Academia”result was rated “Most Important” byplurality.39
  • 40. InvestmentSection break slide40
  • 41. SaaS is on the RiseCompare results to 2012. Call outthat non-vendors ranked support as#1, and vendors ranked SaaS as #1.41
  • 42. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.42
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  • 44. ConclusionSection break slide44
  • 45. Business Problems OSS Will SolveWord cloud depicting results (Lowercost, Big Data, Integration…)45
  • 46. ConclusionSection break slide46
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  • 50. Thank you!OSS CollaboratorsSame logo slide50
  • 51. Find Out More[need exact contact info]51#FUTUREOSS @FUTUREOFOSSHTTP://NORTHBRIDGE.COM/OPEN-SOURCE @NORTH_BRIDGEHTTP://MJSKOK.COM/RESOURCES/OPEN-SOURCE @MJSKOKHTTP://BLACKDUCKSOFTWARE.COM @BLACK_DUCK_SWHTTP://OPENSOURCEDELIVERS.COM @OSDELIVERS#FUTUREOSSRESULTS