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Open Source North - State of OSS in Organizations

  1. 1. What is The State of Open Source Software in Organizations? Javier Perez Chief Evangelist, Open Source & Security OpenLogic by Perforce
  2. 2. Nice To Meet You! Chief Evangelist – Open Source & Security @jperezp_bos javierperez.mozello.com www.linkedin.com/in/javierperez Tech Evangelist | Open Source Advocate | OSS Program Leader | Product Management | Product Marketing | App Security | Speaker | Blogger | Startups | Ex-Red Hat | Ex-IBM Javier Perez
  3. 3. Open Source Software Today Open Source Growth Open Source In Organizations Open Source Security
  4. 4. Open Source in Organizations Has your organization increased the use of open source software over the last year? Yes Yes, significantly Remain the same Reduced the use of open source 40.59% 36.00% 21.82% 1.63% YES = 76.56%
  5. 5. Build Tools DevOps Tools Middleware Data & Storage Runtimes/Frameworks Other Packages Networking & Cloud Tools ANSIBLE FS OS & Virt pgBackrest pgBouncer
  6. 6. Overall Reasons to Use Open Source #1 Access to Innovation •Access to innovations and latest technologies (47.27%) •To modernize technology stack (42.36%) •Functionality available to improve dev velocity (34.97%) •Other (1.29%) North America 42% Modernization 35% Velocity 47% Innovation
  7. 7. Reasons to Use Open Source •No license cost, overall cost reduction (53.17%) •Access to innovations and latest technologies (42.25%) •Less vendor lock-in (38.03%) •Other (3.17%) 42% Innovation 53% Cost Reduction #2 NO LICENSE COST 38% No Lock-In UK & Europe
  8. 8. Lack of internal skills It doesn’t scale as commercial software Low level technical support Unsecured or untested Barriers to Use More Open Source I don’t have reservation Restrictions in some OSS licenses There’s no real-time support I can’t convince my business to adopt 29.54% 27.51% 26.65% 22.67% 20.73% 16.44% 13.19% 9.71% 37% In Small Orgs Don’t Have Any Reservations
  9. 9. How Organizations are Selecting OSS? • Security and Availability of Patches • Stability and Robustness • Level of Proficiency and Experience
  10. 10. Ubuntu OpenSUSE SLES Rocky Linux Debian CentOS RHEL AlmaLinux 35.55% 21.41% 19.51% 17.25% 16.08% 14.63% 11.11% 7.45% Most Used Linux Distros NavyLinux 4.79% Linux Distributions Centos now #3 Image by 2023583 from Pixabay Rocky, Alma & Navy Linux gaining
  11. 11. Cloud-Native and More Docker Podman Rancher OKD Kubernetes OpenStack KVM Istio 25.65% 17.80% 17.57% 12.47% 10.39% 9.80% 6.01% 3.97% New Infrastructure Openstack as popular as kUBERNETES Image by Piqsels
  12. 12. Programming Languages/Runtimes Languages Java, JavaScript, and Python the leaders JavaScript Node.js C/C++ OpenJDK Python Oracle Java PHP Katlin 37.13% 33.51% 30.71% 30.22% 27.55% 24.07% 24.07% 22.40% C# 18.07% OpenJ9 Go Swift 15.99% 13.48% 13.14% 48% OpenJDK in Large Orgs
  13. 13. Top Open Source CI/CD Tools CI/CD Tools Jenkins X passed Jenkins Tools running natively in containers Languages GitHub Actions Spinnaker Travis CI Tekton GitLab Jenkins X Jenkins Zuul 36.22% 27.64% 26.51% 25.65% 23.89% 21.82% 13.82% 11.97% Don’t use 9.49% Other 1.17% Photo by Mikhail Nilov from Pexels 6% of Large orgs Don’t use CI/CD Tooling
  14. 14. Open Source Configuration Tools 8% of Large Orgs Don’t USE Configuration tooling CI/CD Tools Languages Puppet Kubespray Terraform Helm Ansible Chef Salt Don’t use 26.60% 24.84% 23.40% 21.91% 21.38% 20.82% 19.60% 16.12% Rancher 13.46% Zabbix 11.83% Photo by Procreator UX Design Studio on Unsplash
  15. 15. Open Source Data Technologies CI/CD Tools Languages MySQL Cassandra CouchDB Apache Kafka PostgreSQL MongoDB MariaDB Redis 35.23% 32.52% 28.09% 21.09% 19.29% 18.34% 17.75% 16.31% ElasticSearch 14.95% Top 3: MySQL, PostgreSQL & MongoDB MySQL and PostgreSQL popular in small orgs Too Top 3 and many options CI/CD Tools Languages Apache Flink InfluxDB Hadoop Fluentd Apache Spark CockroachDB Hazelcast Fluent Bit 14.45% 13.91% 13.23% 12.42% 11.65% 9.98% 6.55% 3.61% Other 2.44%
  16. 16. Open Source Support Challenges • Keeping up with updates and patches • Installation upgrades and configuration issues • Personnel experience and proficiency Photo by Emil Priver on Unsplash Image by Piqsels
  17. 17. Desired Technologies Data Science AI, ML,DL Virtual reality Augmented Reality K8S & K8S Operators Blockchain & crypto Nonfungible tokens Serverless IOT & Edge computing Quantum computing Image by Piqsels
  18. 18. Open Source Maturity in Organizations Retail has the highest open source usage at 60% Manufacturing with the lowest rate of experts (<30%) Banking, insurance, financial services with the most Innersource (19%) Healthcare and pharma with the highest rate of OSPO (21%) Photo by Prateek Katyal from Pexels
  19. 19. Support for Open Source Orgs Languages Linux Foundation (and any of its foundations) Free Software Foundation Europe Open Source Initiative Apache Foundation Free Software Foundation Open Infrastructure Foundation Not a sponsor GNOME Foundation 27.96% 24.92% 24.15% 21.61% 19.43% 18.93% 18.11% 17.75% Software Freedom Conservancy 13.71% Eclipse Foundation KDE e.V 9.76% 8.35% 79% Of Respondents Sponsor Orgs or Projects
  20. 20. Open Source in Organizations Is Here to Stay Let’s Focus on Innovation and the Support Challenges Contribute Back
  21. 21. Thank You! Chief Evangelist, Open Source & Security @jperezp_bos javierperez.mozello.com www.linkedin.com/in/javierperez Javier Perez Free Download: 2022 State of OSS Report

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