Monday, November 20, 2017
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Open Source S/W

When looking to purchases software, one might ask questions like:

  1. How much does the software cost?
  2. What are the software license terms?
  3. How many users can legally be connected simultaneously?
  4. Can I use the same software for multiple users, locations and companies?
  5. Can I use it on my server, desktop and laptop systems without paying for extra licenses?
  6. How much will software upgrades cost?
  7. Can I customize the programes according to my needs?

  • Those questions are becomeing a thing of the past, as Open Source permeates the global computing arenas making software licenses irrelevant.
  • The “open-source” process describes practices in software production and development that promote access to the end product's source materials--typically, their source code. Open source software, is software whose source code is published and made available to the public, enabling anyone to copy, modify and redistribute the source code without paying royalties or license fees.
  • Open source code evolves through community cooperation. These communities are composed of individual programmers as well as very large companies such as IBM, HP, Novell, Oracle and Sun.
  • The advantages of open source relate to cost and not locking your company into proprietary systems from which there is no easy escape, even if the company should require an escape due to support issues.
  • Open source has impact not just for developers and in-house IT managers, but also potentially for every person throughout the value chain of an organization from management to knowledge workers to suppliers, customers, and partners.
  • An Open source software investment for an organization with 10 computers will serve one with 1000 computers satisfactorily. There are no such things as per-user, per-machine, per-CPU (for multiprocessor systems), per-concurrent-user, or site licensing within the open source context.
  • Ample support is available for open source and is often superior to proprietary solutions. First, open source support is freely available and accessible through the online community via the Internet. And second, many tech companies are supporting open source with multiple levels of traditional paid support.
  • Because many open source programes are under constant peer review by a community of contributers, any weaknesses can be addressed and dealt with. That's the beauty of Open Source - fresh minds are in abundance to deal with any issues. The peer review process and community standards, plus the fact that source code is out there for the world to see, tend to drive excellence in design and efficiency in coding.
  • The computer industry has certainly had shifts. Companies switched from mainframes to networked PCs when they become more cost effective. They switched from DOS to Windows applications when they discovered advantages in the Windows platform. When the Internet became widespread, many processes changed. These shifts involved changing the software people used and the way they thought about their needs. The future is going open source especially on the cloud!