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The industry needs both product and price innovation, with open source providing more of the latter than the former.
Open-source software gets a lot of credit for its role in channeling innovation, but it's really open-source economics that should get the credit, according to Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst.
Open source is being subsumed into the clouds. Virtualization is paving the way and Red Hat thinks they can put up a fight against VMware.
OSBC is adding a theme to its 2009 show: how to save money and make money in a recession with open source.
At the Open Source and the Cloud event next week we'll be discussing how open source and cloud work and play together. It's not as easy as you might think.
Open source has evolved dramatically in the past few years, as IT and business strategists have rushed to embrace it.
Now that open source has gone mainstream, we no longer need to sell its raison d'etre, but rather how best to leverage it for business benefit.
Open source has become as much about business as it has code. These people are seen as perpetuating the most market growth among the open-source set.
OSBC keynotes are dropping like flies. Something in the water?
Looking for the presentations from OSBC? Here's where to go.