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This slide is prepared as a course work for E-Business Management undergraduate course at Yıldız Technical University, Industrial Engineering department.

When we presented this subject we talked about relation between business and open source. For instance, some corporations has changed their models being from product provider to service provider. So this means a change in financial approaches.

"Open source movement is strongly supported from open source software users and developers, according to their groups' agendas and discourses."

This slide is prepared as a course work for E-Business Management undergraduate course at Yıldız Technical University, Industrial Engineering department.

When we presented this subject we talked about relation between business and open source. For instance, some corporations has changed their models being from product provider to service provider. So this means a change in financial approaches.

"Open source movement is strongly supported from open source software users and developers, according to their groups' agendas and discourses."

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  1. 1. Open Source Movement *This slide prepared with all open-source tools and applications. This slide is prepared for E-Business course at Yıldız Technical University, Industrial Engineering Department, 2015
  2. 2. BE LAZY LIKE A FOX. DON’T REINVENT THE WHEEL EVERY TIME. — Linus Torvalds
  3. 3. What is Openness? ● Openness is the indicator of the thing which is reachable. ● When sources are open to you, you can use, combine, gather sources for your purposes. ● Governments, corporations can block using sources because of license revenues, protecting and conserving reasons.
  4. 4. OPEN SOURCE ORIGINS ON DEVELOPERS (SOFTWARE SIDE) ● Open source movement is strongly supported from open source software users and developers, according to their groups' agendas and discourses. ● Like NixCraft (cyberciti.biz)'s discourses and cheerful shares. NixCraft focuses on "Howtos and tutorials about CentOS, RHEL, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, OS X and everything Unix related".
  5. 5. OPEN SOURCE ORIGINS ON DEVELOPERS LOCAL GROUPS(AT TURKEY) ● And there are so many local groups and communities which are supporting open source as themselves' life views. ● For instance in Turkey, – Alternatif Bilişim(www.alternatifbilisim.org) is a association(its works are about privacy and tracking, new media, hacking as a life style and freedom), – LKD(www.lkd.org.tr) is another association gathers Linux(open source opearting system) users and so on. ● These instances and like this communities has some ideological views. Like early steps of Open Source Movement.
  6. 6. ● But for today, open source movement is growing by not just these group's contributions. ● Because Open source movement is extending with; – Open Source Software – Open Hardware – Open Programming Language – Open Data – Open Science – Open Patent – WikiHouse – Open Community – Open Source Money terms.
  7. 7. AS A NOTION, AS A TREND ● While technological using areas of Open Source is growing, Open source as a notion, is decreasing. ● It means, open source activism are being changed by its shape. Searching "Open Source" keyword from Google Trends
  8. 8. ● But day after day, companies declares his products as open source like Apple's Swift language, or like Microsoft's .Net framework's open release and its' cloud solutions and others.
  9. 9. Disruptiveness and Positioning of Software Companies ● Releasing open source licensed things is not just a donation or voluntariness. This is oppositely disruptive movement forces the biggest companies. ● Companies like Micro$oft are releasing open licensed things but there is no structured support and optimality. Some releases are still behaviouring like close source software.
  10. 10. ● Moreover the transformation of earning money from software or IT, is tended to suppliying clusters, cloud servers, and more Product as Service. In this context according to Urs Hölzle, – "...within the next five years, the company's Google Cloud Platform revenues could surpass Google's advertising revenue."
  11. 11. This is not just diversifying the revenue channels according to software companies. There are another Cloud providers like Amazon AWS. Evolution of revenue models, gives no opportunity to sell close- softwares.
  12. 12. Change of Pricing Pricing for software under the name of "using license price" is changing. Until now, pricing is for storage and infrastructure. This an example of AWS marketyplace app(TACTIC). If you don't need to a cloud provder, this app's cost will be zero! Motivation We cannot sell applications under the license revenue. Majority of companies IT departments, these departments can redesign open source applications. So we should reposition us. 1) By giving customized apps 2) By giving software as a service 3) Pricing as subscription
  13. 13. Before and Afters of Software Companies we will see some companies' repositions source: Gartner
  14. 14. Where is the Open Source on Cloud Providers? ● Cloud works with open source languages(open source framework) majorly. – Ruby on Rails (RoR) – Python – Django – PHP – MySQL – PostgreSQL – MongoDB – Apache Hadoop – Vertica – LevelDB ● But AWS is different. AWS is building his own softwares but these AWS apps derived from open-source stuff.
  15. 15. Companies giving its API's for giving limited permission to use (and change) their systems while during Hackathons. It's indicates there is no strategical way out of supporting open-source and maker movement.
  16. 16. Disruption of Disruption: SelfHosting ● Gigantic software companies tended to supplying hardware as we saw on cloud example. ● But; – You can create your own cloud with open source softwares(Owncloud, OpenStack, Pydio, Sparkleshare, SeaFile) and cheap mini-computers like Raspberry or CHIP etc.
  17. 17. -LIVE PRESENTATION WITH RASPBERRY PI-
  18. 18. Project With Pi
  19. 19. What are the Other Open Source Things? "...I remember the time back “open source” wasn’t allowed as a class to be included in software projects for enterprise. Here is an interesting passage from the same CIO article: – Open source triumphed. Corporate systems today routinely include a range of open-source components as a matter of course. One can argue that most of the new software components that corporations are using are, in fact, open source. I would even argue that, today, most of the innovation in infrastructure software is occurring in open-source projects, not proprietary products." Oleg Shilovitsky - PLM(Product Life Management) Consultant
  20. 20. "WikiHouse is an open source building system. Many designers, collaborating to make it simple for everyone to design, print and assemble beautiful, low-energy homes, customised to their needs." www.wikihouse.cc WikiHouse
  21. 21. Open Desk ● Furniture design and downloadable resources
  22. 22. Open Data & Open Science ● Predicting the future and knowing the moment requires datas. The problem of the accessing the data started the open data understanding. ● Motivations and Wishes on Open Data – Obtaining/Observing government's transparency – Facts cannot be copyrighted – Sponsors of researchs can hide the results(?) – In research, result is accelerated by better access to data
  23. 23. ● Some pros&cons are valid on open data. – May cause wrong reduction, wrong correlation – When datas are representable by different values, some wrong understanding may occur. ● Open data says “at least specialist should see their areas' datas” Open Access Logo
  24. 24. ● At Turkey, www.acikbilim.com(founder Tevfik Uyar) is an example of open access supporters especially in science.
  25. 25. Especially in biological disciplines, discussions about ethic and drug incorporation... An article from AçıkBilim
  26. 26. Questions & Answers ...I think Open Source is the right thing to do the same way I believe science is better than alchemy. Like science, Open Source allows people to build on a solid base of previous knowledge, without some silly hiding. But I don't think you need to think that alchemy is "evil." It's just pointless because you can obviously never do as well in a closed environment as you can with open scientific methods. — Linus Torvalds

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