Innovation and Open Source in the Enterprise

Date: Wednesday, November 28th
Time: 11:30am EST - What time is this for me?
 
In the past four years, we've seen both a wave of open source adoption and enterprises struggling to contain IT costs. But now we're increasingly seeing companies shift from a cost-cutting agenda to one based on technology innovation. The accelerating impact of mobile first design, public and private clouds, and direct to consumer provisioning model is driving significant changes in application architecture and development processes.
 
Join Forrester Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond and Peter Vescuso from Black Duck Software as they examine the rise of the modern, multi-channel application, and the role that open source software is playing in the shift from cost control to software innovation. In particular we'll examine how open source software and culture is changing software development in the financial industry, including:
  • The evolution of open source and its adoption for mainline application infrastructure 
  • How open source projects are a key part of next generation technology investments, including big data and mobile infrastructure
  • The ascendancy of open source development tools and the emergence of community sourcing models for development
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