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The 2013 Future of Open Source Survey Results

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Black Duck and North Bridge announce the results of the seventh annual Future of Open Source Survey. The 2013 survey represents the insights of more than 800 respondents – the largest in the survey’s ...

Black Duck and North Bridge announce the results of the seventh annual Future of Open Source Survey. The 2013 survey represents the insights of more than 800 respondents – the largest in the survey’s history - from both non-vendor and vendor communities. Survey results reveal the cultural impact of open source software and its influence on everything from innovation, to collaboration among competitors, to hiring practices, is revolutionizing the way organizations work and do business.

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  • 1. 2013 - The Future of OpenSourceNorth Bridge and Black Duck logos
  • 2. The Leadership Panel[awaiting specific contact info fromMegan]2
  • 3. Open Source CollaboratorsLogos of all collaborators3
  • 4. Agenda4
  • 5. Who Took the Survey* Title change5
  • 6. Survey Responses* Show all numbers since 20096
  • 7. Survey RespondentsVendors v. non-vendors7
  • 8. Survey Respondents’ Titles* Look below8
  • 9. Adoption & Deployment* Title change9
  • 10. Government is Leading the WaySimple graphical treatment. HighlightGovernment.10
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  • 13. Quality Gains MomentumShow top three results’ trends frompast years. Call out bottom tworesults (Lower costs, Access to sourcecode)13
  • 14. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”14
  • 15. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”15
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  • 18. … Fast!Add 2013 results. Highlight“Availability of Commercial Support.”18
  • 19. We’ve Evolved from “If”…Show *only* predictions from 2013.19
  • 20. We’ve Evolved from “If”…Show *only* predictions from 2013.20
  • 21. InnovationSection Break Slide21
  • 22. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.22
  • 23. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.23
  • 24. Extensibility is the Key to FutureGrowth24
  • 25. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.25
  • 26. Why is OSS Winning?Show all four results. Emphasize that“Product Innovation” is first amongall respondents, non-vendors, and C-level execs.26
  • 27. Why is OSS Winning?Show all four results. Emphasize that“Product Innovation” is first amongall respondents, non-vendors, and C-level execs.27
  • 28. Where OSS is WinningShow top three results. Diminish toptwo (OS and Dev Tools). Call out thatvendors picked Cloud as #3, Non-vendors picked Mobile as #3, andcompanies with >1,000 employeespicked Big Data as #3.28
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  • 30. Growth of Innovation and OpenSourceRedesign supplemental Black Duckslides30
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  • 32. Community & CultureSection break slide32
  • 33. Companies Are Using OSS toAttract Developer TalentCompare results to 2012. Note“Companies are using OSS to attractdeveloper talent.”33
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  • 35. And Are Looking For Deep, notBroad, ExperienceCompare top three results to 2012and show the shift to “Deep vs.Broad.”35
  • 36. Trusted OSS SourcesShow top three results. Call out thatlarge orgs still preferred foundationsto forges.36
  • 37. Collaboration AmongstCompetitorsShow “57% of respondentsagree/strongly agree that theircompany will collaborate withcompetitors.37
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  • 39. OSS TrendsShow all results. Mention “Academia”result was rated “Most Important” byplurality.39
  • 40. InvestmentSection break slide40
  • 41. SaaS is on the RiseCompare results to 2012. Call outthat non-vendors ranked support as#1, and vendors ranked SaaS as #1.41
  • 42. OSS + Open APIs = InnovationAgeShow all results. Emphasize strongsupport for Open APIs.42
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  • 44. ConclusionSection break slide44
  • 45. Business Problems OSS Will SolveWord cloud depicting results (Lowercost, Big Data, Integration…)45
  • 46. ConclusionSection break slide46
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  • 50. Thank you!OSS CollaboratorsSame logo slide50
  • 51. Find Out More[need exact contact info]51#FUTUREOSS @FUTUREOFOSSHTTP://NORTHBRIDGE.COM/OPEN-SOURCE @NORTH_BRIDGEHTTP://MJSKOK.COM/RESOURCES/OPEN-SOURCE @MJSKOKHTTP://BLACKDUCKSOFTWARE.COM @BLACK_DUCK_SWHTTP://OPENSOURCEDELIVERS.COM @OSDELIVERS#FUTUREOSSRESULTS