Why stop Open Source in the Enterprise?

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Presentation I gave on Open Source and Enterprise Content Management in Lausanne, Switzerland at an event hosted by ELCA on 24 May 2011

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  • 1. Open Source and Enterprise Content Management
    @johnnewton
  • 2. Alfresco is
    Enterprise Software +
    Content Management +
    Commercial Open Source
    Management Team Experience
    Largest private Open Source company by revenue
    Investors
  • 3. Topical?
  • 4. Once upon a time, IT was controlled by a Priesthood of highly intelligentpeople
    Your Worship! Once I get the Maven build done, I am going to deploy it on the Cloud instance with multiple shards!
    Man! You are awesome!!!
  • 5. And they controlled and centralized all applications and data
    Courtesy of John Mancini AIIM.org
  • 6. And technology would flow from the Fortune 1000
    Courtesy of John Mancini AIIM.org
  • 7. Yes, your honor! I did leave my mobile without password protection!
    Systems of Record
    Command and control
    Transaction-oriented
    Document-centric
    Limited deployment
    Central IT-provisioned
    And these applications knew what they were good at
  • 8. This gave vendors all the control
    Hey You!
    Where do you think youre going?
    Its time to renew!
  • 9. But their user interfaces were very powerful, but not very user friendly
  • 10. This left customers a little unhappy
    How much per year?!!! For that crap?!!
  • 11. And thus was born Free Software
  • 12. Quickly Open Source evolved with Linux
    Lets stay Open, Modular and Free!
  • 13. Open Source was Built Differently
  • 14. Because Open Source removed the Lock-in and opened the Architecture
    Customer
    Customer
    Customer
    Media
    Code
    Sales
    Blogger
    Reception
    Developer
    Developer
    Product
    Mgmt
    Shipping
    Customer
    Development
    (Bugs)
    Internet
    and
    Community
    Mgmt
    Support
    Engineer
    QA
    Support
    Marketer
    Accounts
    Partner
    Marketing
    Tester
    Partner
    Partner
    Partner
    Open Source
    Closed Source
  • 15. Lifecycle of an Open Source Project
    Internet
    Downloads
    Design and Compose
    I fixed a bug!
    I want to buy!
    Community
    Deployment
    Contribution
  • 16. Virtuous Cycle A New Value Chain for Software
    PROJECT GOVERNANCE
    Development
    Distribution
    Marketing
    Sales / Consulting
    Support
    Develop from other Open Source Components
    Deliver for free over the internet
    Market by Word of Mouth and Community
    Demand is generated inside the company Solves the problem or not
    Users participate in QA and resolution of problems with the code
    Product Mgmt
    Community participates in ideas, priorities, testing and new components
  • 17. Strong Governance led to Professional Open Source
    Open Source is like Economy Class!
    You get nice champagne in first class, but you still get there at the same time!
    Marten Mickos CEO of Eucalyptus and former CEO of MySQL
  • 18. And this was the environment in which Alfresco System was born
    Web
    Applications
    Portals
    Web Services
    BPM
    App Server
    Email
    CMIS
    Virtual File System
    Portal Server
    SOAP
    FTP
    CIFS
    WebDAV
    High Availability
  • 19. Web
    Shared Drive
    Email
    Portals
    Office Protocol
    Innovating in access and simplicity
  • 20. And easily deployed and consumable
    Its so small it even fits on this USB stick!
  • 21. How Do We Make Money?
    Open Source Distribution
    • Low cost of distribution
    • 22. Global Reach
    • 23. Community development
    • 24. Community as large as IBM or DCTM
    Dual License for developers
    • OEM, Hosting & Appliances
    • 25. Most popular license
    • 26. Protects embedding opportunities
    Support & Services
    • Try before buy
    • 27. Low-touch sale
    • 28. Maintenance and support for production use
    • 29. Insurance of certification & indemnification
    Multiple Channels
    • Telesales
    • 30. Local integrators
    • 31. Major SIs
    • 32. OEM embedding