LiMux: Free Software in the City of Munich

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Karsten Gerloff on behalf of Peter Hofmann, Administration of the City of Munich

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LiMux: Free Software in the City of Munich

  1. 1. Peter Hofmann, Projektmanager SFScon 2010, Bozen, November 2010 LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich
  2. 2. Page 2© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Munich / München 1,3 Mio Citizens 3rd largest in DE 12th largest in EU Germany's IT-center
  3. 3. Page 3© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich The city administration's IT Facts and figures 33.000 employees 15.000 PC-workplaces 1.000 IT employees 51 locations for data centers 21 independent IT units 134 Mio Euro IT costs (2008)
  4. 4. Page 4© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich This is LiMux Munich's Objectives Design software and IT architecture independent and flexible Use taxpayers' money sustainable Strengthening the IT location Decisions by the city council Free Software and Open Standards for the administration's workplaces Platform open business applications in the future http://www.lumaxart.com
  5. 5. Page 5© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich The project LiMux overview 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 ... pre consider- ations pre study Detailed concept Setup Customizing Prototyping Office migration Client rollout Client pilots Optimization
  6. 6. Page 6© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich The migration to OpenOffice.org All 15,000 workplaces use free software Open Document Format as standard format 40% consolidation rate for office templates/macros Additional 28,000 in schools
  7. 7. Page 7© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Starting situation and objectives of the office migration Challenges More than 21,000 templates Access to business applications Knowledge building neccessary Tasks Consolidate and migrate the forms and templates Define and use common technical and organizational standards
  8. 8. Page 8© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Interoperability byInteroperability by Open FormatsOpen Formats and Standardsand Standards http://www.flickr.com/photos/ecstaticist/2589723846/
  9. 9. Page 9© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Office migration is first step to regain independence http://www.flickr.com/photos/slmatthews/3032125214/
  10. 10. Page 10© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Munich's LiMux base client and the business applications Client pilot phase done 4,000 linux clients (33%) 7 migration units completely done Lessons learned and optimization phase Roll out
  11. 11. Page 11© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Different service and support processes 300 business apps (e.g. car admission office) 300 ext purchased software (e.g HTML, graphics) Different directory services for user and system management Different solutions for software distribution Different products for file service Starting situation for the „LiMux Basisclient“ Requirements Situation before LiMux Standardize infrastructure & architecture Standardize & consolidate software applications Standardize processes
  12. 12. Page 12© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich Migrations scenarios for business applications Web-based application Platform-open application (e.g. Java) Linux + Terminal server Linux + virtualization (VMWare) / run time environment (Wine) Stay on Microsoft Windows Migration solutions Intermin solutions
  13. 13. Page 13© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich We're on the right... http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamesjordan/2507637034/
  14. 14. Page 14© 2010 City of Munich LiMux: Free Software and Open Standards for Munich www.muenchen.de / limux www.muenchen.de / wollmux limux@muenchen.de Thank you for your attention Bernd Römmelt – Tourismusamt München

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