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Comunidades e Innovación Abierta


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Mark Bohannon, Vicepresidente, Asuntos Corporativos y Políticas Públicas Globales de RedHat. C+G 2012.

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Comunidades e Innovación Abierta

  1. 1. C+G Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital Santiago, Chile MARK BOHANNONVice President, Global Public Policy, Red HatNovember 20, 2012
  2. 2. WHAT WE DOWe offer a range of mission-critical software and services covering: CLOUD MIDDLEWARE MIDDLEWARE OPERATING SYSTEM VIRTUALIZATION STORAGE THE BENEFITS Flexibility Faster technology innovation Better quality Better price/performance Alignment to user needs
  3. 3. MISSION-CRITICAL ENTERPRISE CUSTOMERS RELY ON RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUXTELCO SECTOR FINANCIAL SECTOR Over 50% of the world‟s trading volume 100% of the Top 5 APAC stock exchanges 28 stock exchanges 24 countries across the globe 12 countries in Asia Pacific GOVERNMENT SECTOR
  4. 4. HOW WE DO IT We develop everything via community- powered innovation. Shared development reduces costs & accelerates innovation. Open collaboration offers products that genuinely meet customers requirements.
  5. 5. Red Hat ranks no.4 in Forbeslist of the most innovative companiesin the world. FORBES, The Worlds Most Innovative Companies 2012
  6. 6. GOVERNMENT TRENDSStrong Wind Behind Open Source
  8. 8. GLOBAL MOVEMENT• Australia  Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) Circular, “Open Source Software Policy”Sweden  Öppna programvaror 2010 (Open Source Software 2010)Malaysia  Public Sector OSS Master PlanIceland  Free and Open-source Software - Government Policy of Iceland
  9. 9. “DIGITAL AGENDAS” Digital Government -- An effective means of civic engagement Government using community-powered innovation to achieve success Relies on open data – open government Always open source! App Contests
  10. 10. U.S. Administration Commits to Open Source“We believe in using and contributing back to open sourcesoftware as a way of making it easier for the government toshare data, improve tools and services, and return value totaxpayers.” -
  11. 11. “The days of proprietary technology must come to an end.We will no longer accept systems that couple hardware,software, and data.”– Vice Admiral Mark Edwards,Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
  12. 12. • “[Through its ICT strategy], the Government will also put an end to the oligopoly of large suppliers that monopolise its ICT provision ... streamline the procurement process to break down the barriers that impede Small & Medium-sized Entities (SMEs) from bidding for contracts ... [and] create alevel playing field for SMEs and system integrators by creating a platform based on common standards.” • -- UK Cabinet Office, Government ICT Strategy, March 2011
  13. 13. • “With the platform migration and adoption of JBoss Enterprise Middleware we expect to achieve greater speed and flexibility in processing our database, which contains information from the entire population” • -- Francisco José Marques, General Coordinator of Analysis Maintenance and the Ministry of Health (Brazil)
  14. 14. OPEN SOURCE BENEFITS TO GOVERNMENT  Increased focus on re-use and modularity.  Interoperability is a centralPREVENT VENDOR LOCK-IN. goal.SHARED SERVICES.SERVICES MIX GROWING.  Trend away from customized, big ticket projects.  Data center consolidation, and a move to cloud and virtualized environments.11/23/2012
  15. 15. OPEN SOURCE BENEFITS TO GOVERNMENT  "Cloud" approaches at infrastructure, platform, software/application levelPREVENT VENDOR LOCK-IN.SHARED SERVICES.SERVICES MIX GROWING.  Mobile increases demand for real-time government services both public and internal11/23/2012
  16. 16. THE NEXT CHAPTER: BEYOND LINUX  Virtualization11/23/2012
  17. 17. THE NEXT CHAPTER: BEYOND LINUX  Virtualization  Cloud11/23/2012
  18. 18. THE NEXT CHAPTER: BEYOND LINUX  Virtualization  Cloud  Messaging11/23/2012
  19. 19. THE NEXT CHAPTER: BEYOND LINUX  Virtualization  Cloud  Messaging  Big Data11/23/2012
  20. 20. THE FUTURE:Community-poweredOpen-Collaborative Innovation
  21. 21. Traditional, Top-Down Collaborative, Bottom-Up Model ModelR&D done in a physical lab, because Inherently tied to Internet-powered the best people work for us world, often using Cloud platforms and applications, because the best ideas MIDDLEWARE can come from anywhere. To succeed, must be first to The business model may be more commercialize and get it to market important to successMust invest upfront in the discovery, R&D from outside the firm and from development and delivery diverse disciplines may be more valuable; Public Cloud reduces investment costsProduction of intellectual property is Distribution of results buildsprimary, characterized by „close hold‟ communities and builds networks and management users of your product
  22. 22. WE LIVE IN AN OPEN SOURCE WORLDImage credit: