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Alef event - going open source
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Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
Alef event - going open source
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  • XAP, Why Cloudify, Java infra, geared for high perf, short detection times -->scales up to a few hundred of nodes legacy protocols 
  • Componentize and generalize
  • It’s not just about the code, it’s about the way you run things
    4 million projects on github, no one will know you’re there.
  • Support, devs, marketing, management
    Daily standups include community status
    Weekly meetings with marketing,
    events,
    blogs,
    discussions all the way up to CEO about goals, hurdles etc.
  • devops - larger scales, dynamic languages, a lot of choices 
  • Use github,
    Small
    Readme,
    build,
    dependencies,
    changelog,
    State maturity,
    supported envs,
    license,
    docs,
    tags,
    announce,
    milestones…
  • Contributor agreement
    Pull request
    License
  • Share Your Roadmap
    Share Your Darkest Secrets
  • Move from windows mostly to linux mostly, eat our own dog food and use what are users will be using
  • devops - larger scales, dynamic languages, a lot of choices 
  • OpenStack is here to stay, that’s why we’re all here. Most of the orgs we talked with have an openstack initiative, we wanted to be aligned with it, cactus/diablo
    Options to get in: contribute to projects, donate code – stackforge or not
  • Transcript

    • 1. Going Open Source Tales of a (ex-) closed source company Uri Cohen Head of Product @ GigaSpaces @uri1803 Nir (don’t call me "Devops") Cohen Prospers@Gigaspaces @thinkops http://www.slideshare.net/uri1803/alef-event-going-open-source
    • 2. What This Talk Won’t Cover
    • 3. How to Manage an Open Source Project
    • 4. When / What to Open Source https://www.madison.k12.wi.us/files/Calendar_0.jpg
    • 5. Which License to Choose
    • 6. And I won’t say “Software is eating the world” Really, I Promise…
    • 7. What I Will Talk about Our Journey as a company, moving from closed to open source
    • 8. Some Background
    • 9. Why Open Source? Aside from the obvious reasons, it’s become a precondition
    • 10. Why Open Source? It makes your software better
    • 11. So Here’s What You Shouldn’t Do
    • 12. This Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers, Developers
    • 13. Put It on Github and Think You’re Done http://octodex.github.com/hipster-partycat/
    • 14. Have a “Community Guy” that Handles All This OSS Stuff…
    • 15. Check the Mailing Lists Once a Week http://www.cetofnc.com/images/2009/angry_user.jpg
    • 16. What Worked for Us
    • 17. Get Everyone Involved It’s not a developer thing, it’s a company mindset
    • 18. Know Your Eco-System
    • 19. Make It Easy to Consume
    • 20. Cut the Bureaucracy, Make It Easy for People to Contribute
    • 21. Be Transparent
    • 22. Adapt Your Skill Set
    • 23. Go Linux…
    • 24. Adopt a Community
    • 25. Some of the Projects We Own/Contribute to
    • 26. Cloudify
    • 27. Packman
    • 28. pylog
    • 29. OpenStack
    • 30. jclouds
    • 31. libcloud
    • 32. Flask to Swagger
    • 33. References • Cloudify: getcloudify.org • Cloudify on github: github.com/cloudify-cosmo • Packman: packman.readthedocs.org/en/latest/ • Pylog: pylog.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
    • 34. Thank You!

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