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Current open source adoption in the enterprise




Five new open source trends to watch





Six
enterprise recommendations for 2012


10% of
enterprises’ IT
portfolio was
made up of
open source


Open source
will be 30% of

enterprises’ IT
portfolios

O
pen
source is more often
equal to or a preference over
proprietary software.

Most enterprises prefer open
source or consider it equally
with proprietary software.

We prefer
proprietary

software or do not
use open source


We evaluate
open source and

proprietary
software
equally


We always use or
prefer

open
source
software

35%

27%

65%

While community or internal support is
still significant, there’s an increasing
interest in third
-
party support. We expect
over the next year to see these numbers
change as more and more enterprises
adopt open source software and find they
need support. Currently, OpenLogic
supports more than 600 packages for
nearly 300 clients.

60.1%


OF ENTERPRISES SURVEYED RELY ON

INTERNAL EXPERTISE FOR OPEN

SOURCE SUPPORT

OF ENTERPRISES SURVEYED CONSIDER

THEMSELVES HAVING DEEP EXPERTISE

ON OSS PROJECTS

26.9%


OF ENTERPRISES SURVEYED THINK IT’S

TOO HARD TO FIND SUPPORT FOR

OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE

40.5%


OF ENTERPRISES SURVEYED PURCHASE

SUPPORT CONTRACTS FOR INDIVIDUAL

OSS PROJECTS

33.7%


OF ENTERPRISES SURVEYED PURCHASE

AGGREGATED SUPPORT CONTRACTS

FOR MULTIPLE PROJECTS

11.0%


In 2005,
the vast
majority
of
companies
were in the prevent
phase of OSS adoption


cutting edge
companies were in the
manage phase. Now in
2011, those early
adopters are entering
the transform phase
while most enterprises
have advanced to the
manage and promote
phases.

Out of all projects in
our

OSS repository
,
developers choose to
attach the GPL
license to their
projects
most often
.

Looking at what projects
are actually being
downloaded from our
repository, Apache
projects come out on
top as most popular.

Apache projects are
most often used in
applications (based
on scanning results).

Projects most often downloaded and used in applications have more
liberal licenses attached to them, even though developers are more
likely to attach GPL to their code. Don’t completely dismiss GPL
projects, though


if GPL is a concern in your organization, delve
down and create a policy!


WHAT LICENSES DEVELOPERS CHOOSE

WHAT LICENSES ARE DOWNLOADED

WHAT LICENSES ARE USED

68.9%

7.6%

5
.3%

4.1%

6.7%

7.4
%

14.4%

32.7%

3.8%

1.6%

21.0%

26.5%

9.5%

15.3%

10.5%

10.8%

8.9%

45.0%

Linux, Apache web server, and MySQL
were the top open source projects in
2011. However, the projects that showed
the biggest gains in 2011 over 2010 were
HBase
,
Node.js
,
nginx
,
Hadoop
, and Rails.

Node.js
,
nginx
, and bid data
projects are being rapidly adopted
in the enterprise.
P
rojects
that
allow organizations to efficiently
scale their operations and manage
Big Data
by
far
outpaced
the
growth of other open source
projects in 2011.


Node.js

&


Nginx




Tomcat &

Apache




JBoss

&

Glassfish

-

88% of
Android
apps contain
open source

41% of
iOS

apps contain
open source

71% of apps
using OSS
licensed under
GPL, Apache
and LGPL do
not comply

Chances are your company has already or
is making plans to develop some sort of
mobile app. Open source is heavily used
in apps, and if you’re going to distribute
you’ll need to comply with open source
licenses.

At least 80% of
operating systems in
the cloud are

Linux
-
based.

Enterprises use
cloud computing to
save money


what
you don’t use, you
don’t pay for.

Some of the most innovative
technologies deployed in the cloud
are open source


Apache,
mongoDB

and
Hadoop
, to name a few.

Many cloud
infrastructures
are built on
open source
technologies.

HBase
,
Hadoop

&
mongoDB




PostgreSQL

&

MySQL





CouchDB

Big data is on
the rise …

While traditional
databases are on
the decline.

Rails





Spring,

Grails &

Struts




NONE

JavaScript, Ruby and Python are top
languages in
GitHub



a reflection of
developer adoption of frameworks (i.e.
Rails drives Ruby adoptions, and
node.js

drives JavaScript adoption).

Create an OSS Policy


really. If you’ve got one,
it’s time to review and
revise.

Put OSS on equal footing
with proprietary software,
or at least figure out what
it takes to move in that
direction.

Develop an approach to
OSS support. Consider
providing standard
guidelines and remember
to review your options.

Scan products you
distribute that contain
OSS. Memory
-
based
inventories of OSS are
guaranteed to be
incomplete.

Create an ROI framework
for OSS adoption. Use it in
the procurement process
to consider OSS
alternatives.

Incorporate OSS into your
cloud plans and strategies.



OpenLogic

is a leading provider of enterprise open source solutions for the cloud and the data
center.


OpenLogic

helps hundreds of leading enterprise across a wide range of industries to
safely acquire, support, and control open source software.


OpenLogic offers certification,
commercial
-
grade technical support and indemnification for 600+ open source packages backed
by the OpenLogic Expert Community.


OpenLogic

also offers
CloudSwing
, a complete open
PaaS

solution for enterprises seeking to deploy applications and customized open source stacks in the
cloud, and OLEX Enterprise Edition, a
SaaS

solution for open source scanning and governance.


VISIT US AT

WWW.OPENLOGIC.COM


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