2009 NBVP Future of Open Source results

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Survey results from 2009 Future of Open Source survey, led by North Bridge Venture Partners.

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  • Thanks for sharing this. Especially the stats.

    Wish I could have seen it live. It would be great to see this panel reconvene for Open Source Bridge so we could hear all of these folks.
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2009 NBVP Future of Open Source results

  1. Michael Skok
  2. Our Panelists Dries Buytaert Founder & CTO Acquia
  3. Our Panelists Ron Hovsepian CEO Novell
  4. Our Panelists John Lilly CEO Mozilla
  5. Our Panelists Mårten Mickos SVP Sun Microsystems
  6. Our Panelists John Roberts CEO SugarCRM
  7. Who Responded?
  8. Who Responded?
  9. Who Responded?
  10. 2008 2009 Good Good Bad Bad
  11. 2008 2009 Lower acquisition & maintenance costs Lower acquisition & maintenance costs Access to code libraries Superior security Freedom from vendor lock-in Freedom from vendor lock-in Rapid pace of innovation Better quality software Freedom of DIY Access to code libraries Community support Rapid pace of innovation Superior security Freedom of DIY
  12. database (52%) operating systems (36%) business intelligence (28%) WCM (22%)
  13. office productivity security tools ERP / CRM
  14. experience
  15. 38% 31% 9% 9% 9% 5%
  16. Which will have the greatest impact on Open Source vendors?
  17. 21% 28% 4% 56% 53% 2% 15% 29% 22% 57% 1% 13% 0 - 25% 26 - 50% 51 - 75% 76 - 100%
  18. 28% 21% 56% 53% 72% 79% 2% 29% 15% 22% 57% 1% 13% 71%
  19. ~80% believe In 5 years… ~ 80% believe spend on open source will be > 25%
  20. ~80% believe In 5 years… 26 % believe spend on open source will be > 50%
  21. future

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